Niagara Healing Arts

Energy Medicine

This method of energy medicine has its roots in External Medical Qigong/Chinese Energetic Medicine. It is an efficient & specific stand-alone therapy or adjunct to bodywork. This method helps alleviate pain, increase joint ROM, accelerate healing, manage stress and depression, improve organ function, alleviate allergy symptoms, decrease the severity of infections and more. It is a great complem... Read More

This method of energy medicine has its roots in External Medical Qigong/Chinese Energetic Medicine. It is an efficient & specific stand-alone therapy or adjunct to bodywork. This method helps alleviate pain, increase joint ROM, accelerate healing, manage stress and depression, improve organ function, alleviate allergy symptoms, decrease the severity of infections and more. It is a great complementary therapy for all ages.


Foundations of Mindfulness

A four-part class providing a theoretical background of Buddhist mindfulness within a modern, Western context. Includes reading, neuroscience and many practical techniques to cultivate more ease, concentration and resiliency. Great for beginners and anyone wanting to deepen their meditation practice. Sessions are two hours, four consecutive Saturday mornings from 9:30-11:30.


Manual Therapy

A manual therapy session may include (as indicated by your condition and treatment goals) muscle, joint and visceral manipulations primarily using massage and osteopathic techniques. Administered by a Registered Massage Therapist. This approach identifies tension patterns deep in the body, prioritizes their involvement and negotiates better physiological harmony within the human organism. The u... Read More

A manual therapy session may include (as indicated by your condition and treatment goals) muscle, joint and visceral manipulations primarily using massage and osteopathic techniques. Administered by a Registered Massage Therapist. This approach identifies tension patterns deep in the body, prioritizes their involvement and negotiates better physiological harmony within the human organism. The use of visualization, somatoemotional release techniques and mindful awareness supports the modern biopsychosocial model of pain and its management.



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17 Main Street, St. Catharines
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