The raindrop therapy treatment combines the science of aromatherapy with the techniques of vita flex, reflexology, massage, and nerve stroking, with the application of essential oils, which are applied to various areas of the body to bring structural and electrical alignment. Raindrop Therapy is designed to bring balance to the body with its relaxing, mild application. In addition, it will also help align the spine, detoxify various systems of the body, and boost the immune system. When you combine the electrical frequency and the intelligence of the body with the essential oils of a greater healing process begins.
- Valor: A special blend that works on electrical, structural, and energy alignment of the body. This is the most important oil used in this application.
- Thyme: Is one of the most antiseptic essential oils. It contains thymol, which has been studied for its effect on gingivitis and plaque-causing organisms in the mouth. It is also beneficial in helping to overcome fatigue and exhaustion by supplying energy during times of stress and physical weakness.
- Oregano: Works similarly to the thyme but is more aggressive and may help stimulate the immune system, balance metabolism and strengthen the vital centers of the body.
- Wintergreen: Is beneficial for the massage associated with bone, muscle, and joint discomfort. Elevates and increases awareness in the sensory system.
- Cypress: Used to support the circulatory system.
- Peppermint: Highly regarded for soothing the digestive system. Peppermint has been found to improve accuracy and soothe the respiratory system.
- Basil: Relaxing to the muscular system, including smooth muscles (heart and digestive system). Also used to soothe insect bites. Beneficial for mental fatigue, basil helps stimulate and sharpen the sense of smell.
- Marjoram: Is used for calming the respiratory system and assists in relieving muscle spasms. It assists in calming the nerves and is an antiseptic.
- Aroma Siez: A special blend of essential oils that help relax, calm and relieve tight, sore, tired, and aching muscles resulting from sport injuries, fatigue, and stress.