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Vibrational Healing Massage Therapy

by the staff of the World School of Massage & Advanced Healing Arts

Vibrational Healing Massage Therapy (VHMT) is a form of massage. It is in the line of new healing modalities called bodywork. Bodywork can include rub downs, but more accurately works with joints, structure and emotional release of pent-up tensions and stresses. Vibrational Healing Massage Therapy builds on theories similar to other modalities, and yet is unique among bodywork techniques.

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A VHMT session can be clothes on. There is no need for oil, unless the practitioner and the client want to combine it with other types of massage that require oil. This therapy does combine wonderfully with others, adding new dimensions to other forms of bodywork such as Swedish Massage, Trager, Cranial-Sacral, Foot Reflexology, etc. There are no time limits. VHMT can be done as first aid or stress relief in 10 minutes, or it can be done as a full session on the whole body in 60 to 90 minutes. This healing therapy can be done with the recipient in a chair, on the floor, or any make-shift place with complete effectiveness (even outdoors) and make a lasting difference.

This bodywork offers quick and simple restoration to the circulatory, lymphatic and complete nervous systems of the body, and can be done anywhere at any time. Children can even feel and use these techniques, and families benefit from everyone having the skills.

Vibrational Healing Massage Therapy also brings forth new awareness•new ways of living, standing, walking and moving in the body, which we call The Fluid Body Model. People become like a fluid (rather than a solid), that is alive and flowing from moment to moment. Students report that they stay awake in their classes, become more alert while driving and can maintain higher energy at their computers.

We call new ways to speak in the fluid way the Language of Healing. This is how to speak in a fluid, current process so that healing occurs now as one speaks, instead of as a concept in the future. Out of this comes new ways to think fluidly and self-responsibly which we call Disease as a Strategy to Survive. People become themselves, free of the stories and interpretations to let go of past tensions, limiting beliefs, emotional traumas and vibrations that are not authentic.

Vibrational Healing Massage Therapy was founded in 1981 by Patricia A. Cramer, after her four years of private study with Pierre Pannetier in Polarity Therapy. She also brought her rich background in massage, athletics, dance, tai chi, aikido and meditation to the synthesis of this most surprising bodywork therapy. Her work has been likened to playing the body as if it is a finely tuned musical instrument.

Patricia considers herself a global and galactic citizen interested in human evolution into light. She has been a light worker bringing conscious light into bodies for 15 years. Her work is very simple and grounding, giving ease to the body from hour to hour, and yet providing a very strategic awareness into light evolution. Patricia is also the founder of the World School of Massage and Advanced Healing Arts in San Francisco. The World School has been a California Postsecondary School providing trainings in Holistic Massage Therapy, Advanced Massage Therapy, Holistic Health Counseling and Master Bodyworker/Holistic Health Educator programs to the bay area and internationally since 1982. Instruction of Vibrational Healing Massage Therapy Level I is offered on an ongoing basis at the World School of Massage and Advanced Healing Arts in San Francisco, and elsewhere throughout the country by Certified Instructors. The basic training includes: The Fluid Body Model; The Language of Healing; Disease as a Strategy; and the 30 or so practical techniques and feeling skills for the release of trauma. Levels II and III of VHMT are also being offered throughout the year for graduates of the Level I that want to further their development.

For more information contact the World School of Massage at (415) 221-2533.


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