Pain is an inevitable part of life, and natural pain relief can be a game-changer. Physical activity, age and medical conditions can all contribute to pain all over our bodies and modern medicine offers many synthetic solutions that often can cause additional discomfort. It’s no wonder why natural, gentle pain relief is such a welcomed concept.
When it comes to acute issues such as back pain, migraines and arthritis, many people turn to pharmaceuticals to make their lives more comfortable so they can carry on with their day. The downside is many pharmaceutical solutions are addictive, work for a short period of time (if at all), or come with a myriad of undesirable side effects.
As our culture expands in consciousness and natural remedies gain more widespread acceptance, we are learning that natural remedies can in many cases ease pain with far less (if any) side effects. Here are a few helpful modalities that offer natural pain relief that really works.
This gentle, hands-on technique is used to release tension and pain in the head, neck, and spine. CST involves using light touch to encourage the release of blockages in and around the central nervous system, which in turn supports the body’s natural healing processes. It can make a world of difference, with some clients reporting a feeling of pain and migraines “dissolving”. Click here to learn more, explore research and book a session with our practitioner Amy Cedarburg.
UnWind Procedure with Dr. Jake Hyde
Dr. Jake combines multiple techniques including but not limited to Applied Kinesiology, Myofascial Release, Functional Movement, extremity adjustments as well as cranial adjustments to unwind the stress stored in your body. This will create a sense of ease of movement and balance, improve blood and lymphatic flow, improve muscular function and enhance nervous system regulation. Click here to book a session.
Massage can be used to address chronic pain and muscular tension. The benefits of massage include relaxation, increased circulation, and improved range of motion. It’s generally recommended to receive a massage at least once a month, in addition to other modalities such as CranioSacral Therapy. Click here to book a session with our intuitive massage practitioner Cara Gardner.
This innovative technology uses far-infrared rays and negative ion therapy to increase circulation, promote relaxation, and reduce pain and inflammation in the body. The BioMat’s natural benefits can be enjoyed while lying down for an individual session adding to a bodywork session. Some clients even prefer to add red light therapy at the same time.
- 4 20min sessions on the BioMat are included in our monthly membership at a reduced rate! Click here to learn more.
- View our BioMat page to learn more about its benefits and book a single session.
Red Light Therapy
Red Light Therapy has been shown to be effective in reducing pain, swelling, and stiffness in the body, with regular exposure. This therapy uses wavelengths of red light to increase circulation and promote cellular repair and regeneration. It can help boost immunity, speed up skin healing, reverse signs of aging and reverse sun damage.
- 4 20min sessions of Red Light Therapy are included in our monthly membership at a reduced rate! Read more here.
- View our Red Light Therapy page to learn more about its benefits and book a single session.
What we eat and drink can have a significant impact on our level of pain and inflammation. Holistic nutrition seeks to manage pain through healthy dietary choices, emphasizing the importance of whole, nutrient-dense foods and the avoidance of inflammatory foods such as sugar, processed foods, and alcohol.
- The “Magick in a Bottle” Tonic Bar has a lovingly and expertly curated menu of herbal wellness tonics, designed to support your mind, body and spirit. Click here to read the menu.
- Our in-house Functional Wellness Coach and Ayurvedic Specialist, Karishma Patel, offers packages to help you address chronic health issues with a strategically-planned plant-based diet. Click here to learn more.
These are just a few of the many modalities that offer natural pain relief. Whether you’re dealing with chronic pain or just looking to manage occasional discomfort, consider exploring some of these natural alternatives and complements to traditional pain management.
Whether you’re new to complementary health or an experienced self-healer, we hope to see you in our cozy wellness oasis very soon!