This is a weighted sand ball, used for exercises and also for Grounding. These may be purchased in 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 pound weights and purchased in our online store.


Chi is a term used in Chinese Medicine, Meditation, Philosophy, Martial Arts and other Healing Techniques to describe the Vital Force or Life Energy that exists in a Human being’s body. Whether it is Acupressure, Reiki, Tai Chi or Chi Gung, the term always refers to this same flow of Energy in the Body.

CommonSense Counseling

Consists of an Analysis of daily habits and routines to identify the physical causes of stress in your life. This category also includes information on Exercise, Nutrition, Supplements and other resources.

CranioSacral Therapy

The system was discovered as such by John Upledger during a surgery he assisted in the 70’s, and turned into a brand new form of Therapy. It is a very gentle technique, bases on analyzing a clients’ existing individual rhythms at each of several stations in his body. The amount of movement (or non-movement) in each place gives an indication of areas of blockage or trauma within the system. The Craniosacral System is a closed system consisting of the brain, spinal cord, Pituitary and Pineal Glands, the waterproof tissues enclosing these and the cerebrospinal fluid moving rhythmically in it. The fluid moves within the system in a rhythm all its own, completely independent of heartbeat, bloodflow, or other pulses.

Holistic Practice

Holistic Practice means the person is treated as a whole, both physically and emotionally. It also looks at ALL areas of a person’s life, without relying only on obvious physical symptoms.

Jin Shin Do

“Jin” means compassion, “Shin” means spirit, and “Do” means Tao, or The Way… In other words, this is “The Way of the Compassionate Spirit”. is a holistic (meaning the person is treated as a whole both physically and emotionally) form of pressure massage that combines aspects of Japanese Acupressure (Jin Shin Jitsu) and Chinese Acupuncture Theory, with Energy Techniques somewhat similar to Reiki, to help release blocked patterns of energy in the Body. This system was created by Iona Marsaa Teeguarden, who studied acupuncture theory, several types of existing acupressure, research in Jin Shin Jitsu in Japan and adaptations of her own to fit Western Culture. The treatment is designed to harmonize and replenish the “Chi”- the intrinsic, vital energy of the Body). When this happens, the person being worked on releases tensions, frequently going into a very deep state of relaxation, in which it is easier to let go of chronic or deeply-held patterns of pain, tension, or emotional stress held in the body.

Optimizing Chi

When you unblock all the Energy Channels in your body, so all flow freely, and practice techniques that support maintenance of this open state, we say your are optimizing chi.

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