Raindrop Massage Technique
Raindrop Technique is a relaxing combination of light to medium massage with the application of several essential oils. The essential oils are applied first to the feet and then dropped along the spine, landing like a drop of rain. This service can be used as a tool to assist your body toward a healthy balance by helping to reduce spinal inflammation, and reduce viruses and bacteria that can hide along the spinal column. This service is meant to work at the cellular level within your body enhancing overall health and the oils of the raindrop can continue to work in the body for hours after the treatment.
Oils of the Raindrop
Valor is blend of the essential oils of Spruce, Rosewood, Blue Tansy, and Frankincense, in an almond oil. The purpose of this oil blend is to prepare the body for the oils within this service by assisting to bring about a better balance emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Oregano is important as the first single oil in the Raindrop as it is one of the more powerful antimicorbial oils.
Weber State University tests found it to have a 99% kill rate against Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Thyme is supporting to the immune system and helps overcome fatigue.
Basil can assist in relaxing spastic muscles, and is good for the arteries.
This oil has been effective in helping with migraines, mental fatigue, aches and pains, working to relax the voluntary muscles of the upper body. It can also improve senses of taste and smell.
Wintergreen is an anti-inflammatory which can help with inflammation of muscles, joints, and bones.
Cypress has been found to aid the body's circulatory system and can function as a decongestant to the lymphatic system.
Marjoram is another oil that can help relax spastic muscles, as well as soothing the nerves thus helping to relieve cramps, aches, and pains.
Peppermint is an invigoratiog oil and is also an anti-inflammatory. It's effects can calm and strengthen nerves and muscles. Studies have shown this oil to improve mental concentration and retention.
This is a synergistic oil that supports and aides the actions of any oils that it is used with, which is why
peppermint is used at the end of the Raindrop.