Thérapies psycho-corporelles

Rituals and Holistic Treatments

The LEAA® method (Liberation of Emotions and Associated Allergies)
The LEAA® method is a natural method that allows for the quick release of emotions and physical reactions (to food, cosmetics, pollen, etc.) and puts an end to allergies.

Cranio Sacral Therapy is the harmonization of the head-spine-sacrum axis, also known as Cranio Sacral Therapy. It is based on the principles of cranial osteopathy and incorporates a structural and physical dimension to the work. The rest of the therapy is more energetic: Isabelle harmonizes vibrations at the cellular, chakra, emotional node, fascia, organ, and meridian levels.

Derived from a millennia-old tradition, Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the concept of energy circulation. Stimulating the meridian points has a preventive and curative effect on health and well-being.
Benefits include pain relief, stress reduction, improved sleep, enhanced immune system, digestive health, gynecological issues, addiction support, and more (non-exhaustive list).

For rapid well-being, chakra balancing combines floral and mineral elixirs, along with essential oils, using a Tibetan energy method (cymbals) to rebalance the body and allow energy to flow correctly.

The chakra meditation offered by Myriam is a specialized form of relaxation that targets blocked chakras through visualization. The goal is to learn to control the energy flowing through the chakras.

Reiki is an energy healing technique that aims to release and reactivate an individual's vital energy.
During a Reiki session, the practitioner places their hands on the patient, who may experience tingling sensations, feelings of cold or warmth. The patient remains fully clothed during the session.

This relaxation massage originated in Korea and was traditionally practiced spontaneously within families to relieve daily tensions. Recently rediscovered by Westerners, this relaxation technique, accessible to all, is received fully clothed, on a futon or thin mattress.

Relaxation is a way to connect with one's inner self through breathwork, awareness, and relaxation of all parts of the body, along with visualization techniques such as Schultz, Jacobson, and Vittoz.

- Sleep disorders
- Resistance to change,
- Stress, anxiety,
- Burnout,
- Fatigue and lack of vitality.

Massage with vibrations and sounds, primarily from Tibetan bowls and tuning forks. The sound wave resonates with the body's cells, which are primarily made up of water. The instruments are placed directly on various parts of the body or played at a distance. This massage is received while wearing loose-fitting clothing, without zippers or buttons. For women, it's best to wear a bralette without any metal parts.
This treatment is not suitable for individuals with a pacemaker.

Benefits for the client:
Deep relaxation
Stress relief, burnout prevention
Muscle relaxation
Fluid circulation
Harmonization of chakras, the physical body, and subtle bodies.

Available in 1-hour or 1.5-hour sessions.

Sound massage with tuning forks, also known as sonopuncture. The tuning forks are placed on the body along meridian lines used in Chinese medicine, on energy or relaxation points. Some tuning forks are resonated near the ears to provide specific auditory information.

Benefits for the client:
Deep relaxation
Stress relief, burnout prevention
Muscle relaxation
Fluid circulation
Harmonization of chakras, the physical body, and subtle bodies.

45 minutes