Wellness Center

Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is a 5,000 year old, comprehensive medical system that involves assessing a patient’s physical, emotional and spiritual state. This is done through observing the patient’s tongue, feeling various pulse positions on their wrists that reflect the state of internal organs, and asking the patient questions.
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Chi Gong

Chi Gong is an ancient natural healing system used by the Chinese for thousands of years. Chi Gong is considered to be any study, research and practice dealing with the internal energies of the human body. It has been used in China to aid recovery from a wide variety of ailments and conditions.
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Creativity Coaching

Creativity Coaching is a gentle and non-invasive approach to help people move through blocks in their life. This is done by helping the client set small, attainable goals. Blocks are then broken down through subtle inquiry.
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Herbalism

Cultures have passed the wisdom of herbs on from generation to generation. Each culture used the herbs common to their environment while applying their own cultural background. Herbalism is viewed and accepted throughout ancient and contemporary writings, as humanity’s safest form of medicine.
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Homeopathy

The role of the homeopath is to restore health by carefully observing the mental, emotional and physical aspects of a person and then finding the single homeopathic remedy that best fits that pattern. Each remedy is chosen based on the specifics of the patient not the disease.
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Integrative Bodywork

Integrative bodywork combines the techniques of one or more modalities in a single visit. Your practitioner will work closely with you to help define the goal of your session and which techniques will help further your healing to restore balance, vitality and overall wellness.
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Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is more a way of looking at health and disease, rather than a specific set of treatment modalities.
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Polarity Therapy

Service description coming soon.
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Reiki

Reiki (pronounced Ray-key) is a Japanese name consisting of 2 words Rei and Ki meaning spiritually guided life energy (commonly known as Universal Life Energy), an energy which animates us all and is found all around us. Reiki is a form of spiritual healing using “universal life energy” channeled through the practitioner to the recipient. Reiki helps to harmonize body, mind and spirit for yourself or anyone you want to help
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Reflexology

Reflexology is a form of bodywork that focuses primarily on the feet. The underlying theory is that there are “reflex” areas on the feet and hands that correspond to specific organs, glands and other parts of the body. Practitioners believe that by applying pressure to these reflex areas can promote health in corresponding organs through energetic pathways.
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Shiatsu

The style we practice here is known as “Meridian Shiatsu” and incorporates theory from Traditional Chinese Medicine. In these treatments, practitioners press their thumbs or fingers into meridian points throughout the body, making this style similar to acupressure.
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Yoga

Yoga is an ancient practice with roots in Ayurvedic medicine. A balanced yoga practice is aimed at uniting the mind, body and spirit through a series of postures and attention to breath. It is believed that the mind and body are one and that if given proper nourishment and nurtured in the right environment, it can find harmony and heal itself.
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Classes & Events

Check our Classes & Events Calendar to see what SOMA offers every week. Vinyasa Yoga classes, the free SOMA Sunrise Walk and much more…
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