Static body techniques

Massage

Did you know that massage has been a successful therapeutic modality in all cultures since the earliest civilizations? As early as the 5th century BC, Hippocrates, known as the father of medicine, laid the foundation for natural health care therapy, believing that the function of good medicine was to help the body’s natural ability to repair and regulate itself. Massage was considered by many to be an enormous aid to this self-healing function. In addition to the relaxing role we know, it has important healing qualities. Firstly, it releases endorphins and useful neurohormones (hormones produced by the nervous system). It also creates a sense of emotional connection. Studies show that massage for depression can actually relieve depression and anxiety that affect the body’s biochemistry, according to the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine. They found that massage increased dopamine and serotonin, which are linked to reducing depression and anxiety. The team of researchers demonstrated this by studying women who were breast cancer patients who received massage therapy for five weeks and then ended up feeling less depressed.

Body support techniques

In a challenging and over-stimulating world, balance is extremely important. The body support techniques applied by our specialists are healing practices with a gentle and caring approach. For example, some use gentle touch to assess and improve the functioning of the craniosacral system, composed of the meningeal membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.
Removing restrictions from the craniosacral system promotes wellness by stimulating the body’s natural self-healing and self-healing process and by strengthening immunity and resistance to disease.
This technique helps relieve pain and alleviate a wide range of illnesses and dysfunctions, including: migraines and headaches, chronic neck and back pain, chronic fatigue, brain and spinal cord disorders, autoimmune diseases, stress, emotional difficulties, depression and anxiety, etc.
Another technique that ReCentre specialists apply is also based on the healing power of the body, and is a complementary therapy known to significantly relieve pain. It is often used to address long-term problems. Using small, well-controlled pulses, the technique stimulates the body to heal itself. As a painless and non-invasive technique, it can be used for anyone at any age. It has already proven its effectiveness in a multitude of physical problems such as musculoskeletal and joint problems, internal organ disorders, stress, migraines, respiratory disorders or immune system deficiencies. Moreover, it is effective in neurological problems and provides the necessary balance to reduce anxiety. Studies are still ongoing, but according to one conducted by Bowen Academy, this technique significantly reduces anxiety levels and induces positive feelings by reducing tension, anger, depression, fatigue and confusion. In addition, heart rate and muscle tension tend to decrease from their baseline values as a further sign of relaxation.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient Eastern healing practice that has been around for about 3,000 years. A licensed practitioner inserts very thin needles into certain nerve points throughout the body. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, these nerves are called „meridians” and are considered important points along the body’s pathways. There are specific meridians that can be targeted to treat depression and anxiety. These pathways allow energy to circulate throughout the body and bring balance to the nervous and immune systems. Each needle stimulates a sensory nerve, which it puts in communication with the brain. The brain then triggers a response from the immune system and the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers, which support your healing. Acupuncture isn’t a cure-all, but when used as part of an integrative approach to stimulate the whole body, it can help alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. Numerous clinical reports from various sources, including non-Western scientific literature, attest to the effectiveness of acupuncture in depression and anxiety disorders, with these studies showing improvements in symptom alleviation.

Aromatherapy

The healing power of nature has long been known, and essential oils are certainly an important part of it. These oils are known for their calming effects on depression and anxiety, as well as their symptoms. When combined in an integrative approach, their beneficial effects will not be long in coming. Of course not all essential oils help with these symptoms. For example, lavender, bergamot and sandalwood have been shown to improve depressive symptoms, while yuzu alleviates negative emotional stress. Other essential oils used containing substances such as limonene, linalool and linalyl acetate have been widely studied and have shown anxiolytic and sedative properties. Our specialists will guide you in choosing the most useful products for you, depending on your needs.

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