Stillpoint Health Associates offers a variety of natural healthcare services. To meet who practices which services, select a category listed on the right. You may also search for a specific service (upper right hand corner).
Many of our complementary healthcare services may be new to you. Click below on any service to get a quick definition for these healing modalities:
A technique similar to acupressure, except that fine needles are inserted at specific points along the meridians just under the skin to stimulate, disperse and balance the flow or energy, relieve pain, and treat a variety of chronic, acute and degenerative conditions. Penetrates and stimulates specific points in the body to restore normal energetic balance. In 1997, the National Institutes of Health officially recognized acupuncture as an effective treatment for pain and nausea. Acupuncturists insert specially made needles into specific points to stimulate the body’s natural energy. Licensed in Washington and more than 30 other states, acupuncturists work as independent providers of health care for a range of conditions from pain management to women’s health problems.
Nogier Auricular therapy, also known as ear acupuncture is a medical technique developed and studied by Dr. Paul Nogier since 1951. The technique works on the neurological properties of the ear. In the ear there is a series of points called “neurovascular complexes” which are linked to the central nervous system, in turn linked to the different organs of the body.
Ancient healing art form of massage practiced by the Kahunas of Hawaii. Lomi-lomi has a rhythm and flow that is soothing and feels complete.
Primarily utilizes ion pumping cords on the Extraordinary Vessel System and which excels at structural balancing.
Qi Gong (literally ‘energy work’) is a diverse body of exercises that condition the body, mind, and spirit. There is ‘soft’ qi gong which is more meditative and used for healing and cultivating longevity; and ‘hard’ qi gong, which is more physically intense and is a powerful way to condition the vitality of the body and spirit, also promoting health and longevity. Qi gong can be understood as Chinese yoga. It incorporates postures, breathing techniques, simple movements, and meditation.
Painless, non-invasive needle therapy involving gentle stimulation of infant’s and children’s skin surface with specialized tools, used to strengthen and harmonize vital energy, promote wellness and treat childhood illnesses and imbalances.
A gentle form of Japanese Acupuncture, Toyohari developed within the tradition of Meridian Therapy by blind acupuncturists in Japan. This system excels in the development of Qi sensitivity required for accurate point-location, abdominal diagnosis and subtle non-insertive needling techniques.
A gentle hands-on therapy that works through the body’s visceral system (the heart, liver, intestines and other internal organs) to locate abnormal tone, adhesions or displacement and alleviate abnormal points of tension throughout the body to facilitate the flow of healing Qi.
Waterdance incorporates elements of watsu, massage, Aikido, dolphin and snake movements, rolls, somersaults, inversions, dance, and much more — in the water. The effects of this work include physical release and can induce deep states of relaxation, meditation, bliss, and even visions.
The word “Watsu” comes from the words Water and Shiatsu. Watsu is a unique form of bodywork that uses warm water (97 degrees) for support. During a Watsu session, you will be floated, massaged, and gently stretched.