Jeanné Aken

Inside Balance & Wellness

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.

It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.

Brain Gym International is the trade name of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation, a California nonprofit organization that promotes a series of exercises called "Brain Gym" that the company claims improve academic performance.

The use of tuning forks in health care has grown extensively over the past twenty years. Although some historians record their use in healing as far back as Ancient Egypt, the modern day tuning fork was developed more than 400 years ago for tuning musical instruments. In Western medicine they are used for neurological testing and as a quick way to scan the body for a fracture. Our methodology for the therapeutic use and application of tuning forks is known as Acutonics, a unique, energy-based, non-invasive approach rooted in Oriental medicine.

AUMAKHUA-KI® is an energy therapy designed to accelerate internal harmony, a heightened state of awareness and feelings of bliss, calmness and contentment. Sessions include: Emotional, Astral, Mental, Physical and Casual Body Assessment, A Chakra Assessment, Chakra & Body Balancing. Feel the Bliss Frequency ™ as you relax and receive AK in person or remotely.

In the BodyTalk System, we tend not to talk about addressing specific diseases. Instead, the BodyTalk philosophy is that every person has a unique balance that should be addressed. Once balanced, the client's own innate healing wisdom will successfully address specific symptoms and establish lasting patterns of good health. The ideal goal is to find the best, most dynamic point of balance within our bodymind complex, such that we are easily able to respond to the issues life throws at us with ease and grace.

What is Building Block Activity (BBA) ?

BBA consists of seven passive movements, which include body and face tapping and massages. The movements are very safe and easy to do, and beneficial for babies, small children and children with disabilities. The BBA method is based on developmental movement patterns related to integration of the different parts of the body. It is a useful tool for educators, therapists and parents.

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Jeanné Aken

Inside Balance

& Wellness