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Chiropractic Adjustments

You are a self-healing, self-regulating organism controlled by your nerve system. Millions of instructions flow from your brain, down the spinal cord and out to every organ and tissue. Signals sent back to the brain confirm if your body is working right.

Improper motion or position of the moving bones of the spine can interfere with this exchange by irritating nerves and compromising the function of affected organs and tissues. This is called a vertebral subluxation. Specific spinal adjustments can help improve mind/body communications. Health returns with improved nerve system control of the body.

It is the responsibility of the Chiropractor to locate subluxations, and reduce or correct them through chiropractic adjustments specifically designed to correct the vertebral subluxations in your spine.


Chinese medical massage is labeled tui na. The tui na practice incorporates bodywork techniques similar to western massage as well as, range of motion, traction, and stimulation of acupressure points. Any musculoskeletal disorder, whether chronic or acute may benefit from tui na. It is also an excellent modality for maintenance of optimal health and disease prevention. 

As with acupuncture, the goal of tui na is to return the body to balance by restoring proper energetic flow through the tissues and meridians systems. Leola tailors your session to meet your needs and may include techniques such as acupressure, reflexology, hot stones, aromatherapy, cupping, or gua sha. 

Thai Abdominal massage is offered for improved digestion, fertility, lymph flow and detoxification and balance of energy. Consider this service for chronic stress, anxiety or inflammatory conditions as well. A blend of coconut and sesame oils with lemongrass essential oil is used for this work. This massage can be done while clothed only exposing the abdomen if you choose. In this case, towels are folded over clothing to keep oil from staining.

Reflexology or acupressure massage can be utilized on the feet, hands or face and incorporates aromatherapy and natural oils for general relaxation, and improved function throughout the body.


Practiced in China and other Asian countries for thousands of years, acupuncture is one of the key components of traditional Chinese medicine. In TCM, the body is seen as a delicate balance of two opposing and inseparable forces: yin and yang. Yin represents the cold, slow, or passive principle, while yang represents the hot, excited, or active principle. According to TCM, health is achieved by maintaining the body in a "balanced state"; disease is due to an internal imbalance of yin and yang. This imbalance leads to blockage in the flow (vital energy) along pathways known as meridians. Qi can be unblocked, according to TCM, by using acupuncture at certain points on the body that connect with these meridians.
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