245 w. Roosevelt rd.
Menlo Park,  CA 94025
Raindrop Technique Massage 

The use of essential oils applied to the spine to relieve stress. Oils such as Valor, Thyme, Oregeno, Basil Wintergreen, Cypress, Pepperment Aroma Siez and Marjorium,  applied with heat offers a variety of benefits such as...
  • Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti inflammatory
  • Antiseptic
  • Aides air in purification
  • Reduces appetite and aides in weight loss
  • Increases oxygen in body
  • Balances hormones
  • Enhances circulation and the immune system  

Raindrop Therapy  uses a sequence of 9 anti microbial essential oils which are dropped gently onto the spine, then  Lightly massaged into the skin using various hand to body techniques . This is usually done in conjunction with heat applications. These oils have the ability to enter the cells and membranes within minutes. 

After the hour long procedure you should feel the incredible 3 “R’S” Relieved, Relaxed, and Rejuvenated.

Raindrop Therapy is a very soothing  and harmless procedure which reaps benefits for months after the first application.
The Importance of  Raindrop Therapy 
Everyone's spinal column contains nerves that feed the entire body.Many types of spinal misalignments are caused by viruses and bacteria that  lie dormant along the spine resulting in inflammation and deformity. Stress which causes reduced oxygen and circulation to the body can intensify the inflammation resulting in pain and misalignment.

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The procedures administered by this office are non medical procedures. They are not intended to be a treatment , prescription, therapeutic or corrective measure for human ailments, symptoms or conditions of any kind. Only your license physician can provide such medical treatments. This office does not engage in the diagnosis, prescriptions or treatments of physical or mental aliments or conditions of any kind. Any medical complaints or request for diagnosis prescriptions or treatment of the human ailments should be referred to by your license physician.