Tuesday, January 19, 2010

raindrop therapy

hour and a half massage + reiki + raindrop therapy = total bliss

that is what i experienced yesterday at bliss bliss bliss. for those of you curious to what exactly raindrop therapy is bliss bliss bliss describes it as this:

"Raindrop Therapy is a gentle massage employing 9 highly therapeutic essential oils. The oils are massaged into the back, legs and feet. These oils are anti-viral, anti-bacterial and are said to stimulate the immune system. The heat of hot stones is used to help the oils penetrate deep into the muscles. Raindrops & Stones is a beautiful meditative massage treatment that brings a warm spa like bliss."
if you've never experienced a raindrop therapy session i highly recommend it. elizabeth, massage therapist and owner of bliss bliss bliss said she gets her raindrop essential oils from young living. they offer tons of other essential oils, skin care, thieves products and more. you can see more here.

if you would like to experience your own raindrop therapy treatment you can contact elizabeth through her email elizabeth.blissblissbliss@gmail.com or call 304-685-9942.

if you are local and would like to stay current on all yoga & massage events, you can follow bliss bliss bliss on twitter or become a fan their facebook page.

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Michelle said...

Wow I have never heard of this! It sounds wonderful!! I'll have to tell my girlfriends. :)

Lisa said...

Oh.....wwwoooowwww. I am almost ready to hop in the car and drive east simply for the experience of raindrop therapy. Yum.

Heather said...

Fabulous! This is a MUST DO on my To Do List now! Thanks for sharing. I tweeted you back to ask you about it yesterday.

Globetrotting Cacti said...

That sounds amazing! Am going to see if they offer a treatment like this locally - pure bliss.

TheAnalyst said...

Sounds great! I wish I had the opportunity to try out all of the alternative therapies available these days!

Kiki said...

Oooooh, that sounds AMAZING! I could have totally used that this week. Thanks for all your love and support, Melita - your comments reminded me how good it is to connect and expand when you're feeling alone and contracted.

kylie grethen said...

this sounds soo yummy! that has to be one fabulous thing about massage school is getting the inside scoop on all of these delicious massage types. i am going to try and find something like this around here...as someone who is obsessed with rain, just the name makes me feel relaxed! xox!