These specialized body treatments are not massages per se, but therapies in which certain natural tinctures and exfoliating preparations are applied of the skin, using techniques to further the action of topical compounds. They are designed to clear the body toxic overload, allowing the natural systems of cleansing, elimination, and repair to function efficiently and fully–and healing to occur.
They use special processes that act through the body's surface layers to cleanse, detoxify, and strengthen the body's many systems. The cleansing process involves the blood stream and circulatory system, lymphatic system and glandular secretions, olfactory system and limbic membrane, parastolic action, respiration and various energetic center.
They aid in preventing infectious matter from settling inside the tissues, causing decay and weakening the body's defense against disease and deterioration; they also treat surface tissues by removing microbial or waste deposited there regularly, not only through natural metabolic processes, but from radiation, noxious gasses, and other dangerous environmental pollutants so very abundant in our modern world–leaving the skin (our largest eliminative organ) smooth, hydrated, porous and receptive–allowing the elimination of waste fluids and gasses, plus the absorbance of nutrients, to occur.
Uses rare powdered pearls, fine sun-drenched sand, and a tincture of wild desert plants to dissolve dead, flaky residue and other debris that collects around the skin cells, leaves the skin porous, allowing elimination of excess waste fluids and gases.
Reduces shoulder and back pain, headaches, and increases stress resilience. Stimulates the circulatory and nervous system, thus synergizing and toning the entire body. Thoroughly works feet, ankles, hands, shoulders, neck, ears, and scalp.
Light, flowing strokes over lymphatic byways improve circulation, breathing, and tissue resilience. Especially effective for improved metabolism, weight control and depression. Light pressure over the receptor points in the head actuates glandular tissues.
Removes residue underneath surface layers with poultice-like action, allowing noxious gases caught in the subcutaneous levels to move up and out through the surface. A light brushing technique brighten, firms, and increases skin flexibility and tensile strength.
As warm water flows down the back of the head and over receptor points, its gentle movement calms and yet quickens scalp, clearing away waster residue. Still conscious though, lower brain-wave activity, and rejuvenates reflex response centers for increased mental and physical mobility.
Thermal technique heightens cellular activity to melt away aches and pains through the back and shoulders, elbows, and knees. Aids in releasing excess fluids held in the tissues.