"Your Feet Work Hard For You. Show 'Em Some Love!"
Craig Ronshausen is a seasoned and experienced Reflexologist and Reiki master. He specializes in the "Ingham method" of Reflexology, Usui Reiki Ryoho, Tibetan Reflexology, and ReikiFlexology. Craig also provides Guided Imagery, and Chakra work to help you find your inner balance. Craig works and resides in Portland, Oregon.
is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also
promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and it is
based on the idea that all things are made of energy and that Reiki is
the life force energy that is in all living things.
a person, animal, plant, or any living organism is low on this life
force energy (Ki) or has stagnant blockages, congestion or energy flow
the organism can become out of balance, weak, unhealthy,
sick, and diseased.
is a science, and an art, that uses the thumbs ,and fingers to
stimulate specific reflex points (called bites) in the hands and feet
that correspond to the organs and systems of the body.
stimulating these points, we improve blood flow and relax the nervous
system.We can also find, and work out small salt deposits that obstruct
your natural nerve impulses.This then reduces stress and congestion
helping to create balance and harmony in the body. In this state of "at
ease" or homeostasis the body can more readily use its built in
abilities and energies to heal itself.
combines Reflexology and Reiki to open the Zones and meridians in the
body through the reflex points on the feet and infuses the body with the
energy of life (Ki) Or(chi) healing life force energy. Reiki is (Life
Guided Imagery ~
The following is a redacted version of Web MD's description of Guided Imagery:
"Guided imagery is a program of directed thoughts and suggestions that guide your imagination toward a relaxed, focused state. You can use
an instructor, tapes, or scripts to help you through this process.
Guided imagery is based on the concept that your body and mind are connected. Using all of your senses, your body seems to respond as though what you are imagining is real. An example often used is to imagine an orange or a lemon in great detail - the smell, the color, the texture of the peel. Continue to imagine the smell of the lemon, and then see yourself taking a bite of the lemon and feel the juice squirting into your mouth..."
"Guided imagery has many uses. You can use it to promote relaxation, which can lower blood pressure and reduce other problems related to stress. You can also use it to help reach goals (such as losing weight or quitting smoking), manage pain, and promote healing. Using guided imagery can even help you to prepare for an athletic event or for
public speaking. ... "Guided imagery is safe - no known risks are associated with it."