How does Raindrop Therapy work?
This technique uses the combination of three therapies: aromatherapy, pressure point reflexive massage techniques, feather stroking with the fingers. Essential oils are applied to the skin one at a time and are layered and blended using different application strokes. Some positions are completed three times and some are held for a given number of minutes.
Are there any risks with this therapy?
It’s best if you avoid this therapy if you have any of the following conditions: Comprised liver or kidney function, Heart disease, Using blood thinners, are pregnant, are a minor or sensitive to oils and their application. Since the essential oils are applied directly, some may experience warmth with certain oils if they have some sensitivity. We can add a carrier oil, if needed. After your session, you should be careful in the sun on the areas where the oils are applied.
What can I expect during my session?
You will receive your session in a relaxing setting with dim lighting and lie on a massage table. It’s best if you are disrobed from the waist up as we’ll need access to your full spine. We also recommend you wear shorts as we will apply the oils to the feet and lower legs. You’ll be covered with a sheet and, at times, towels. The therapy starts with the client face up to apply oils to the feet. The client eventually rolls onto the tummy to receive the treatment on the spine. After the oils are applied, the client will rest and continue to relax for about 10 minutes. After your session, it is recommended you drink plenty of water to flush out toxins in the body.
How will I feel after my session?
Everyone experiences Raindrop Therapy differently, depending on his/her body and state of health. While most recipients are extremely relaxed and relieved, some may experience fatigue or increased energy, emotional release or other short-term detox effects.
What type of oils are used?
This technique calls for 7 essential oils, 2 essential oil blends and 2 massage oils, all of which are pure, authentic essential oils with three pillars considered: sourcing, science and standards.