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CCHM - Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine

Aroma-therapeutic- Rain Drop Technique

AROMATHERAPEUTIC- RAIN DROP TECHNIQUE
(Beautiful art of de-stressing bringing Balance)


“One of the safest, non-invasive technique available for spinal health”-Raindrop technique,” It is based a technique of applying a sequence of highly anti-microbial essential oils along the spine and back. The oils are dispersed like little drops of rain from a height of about six inches above the back and lightly massage along the Vertebrae and back muscles. Medical research is showing that certain microorganisms lodged alongside the spine and contribute to spinal health challenges, such as inflammation and spinal pain. In 1982 a research study by Pincott and Taff showed that vaccines, such as the oral poliomyelitis, made from live viruses have been linked to spinal problems and scoliosis. Research in 2001, at the Royal Orthopedic Hospital in Birmingham, England, found that 53% of patients with severe sciatica tested positive to chronic low grade bacterial infectious microorganisms are a contributing factor for spinal pain and inflammation.


Raindrop technique is praised as a powerful, noninvasive tool to assist and ameliorate spinal ill health, facilitates tissue cleansing, trauma and emotional release.


Important Benifits :
• Reduction and elimination of back pain
• Relief of tension and headaches
• Relaxation and invigoration
• Increase energy level and stamina
• Increase in immune function
• Improve attention and concentration
• Elevation of mood and balance emotion


Learn this powerful technique in a two day workshop and apply it in our practice by Monday morning. Please drink (6-8 glasses of water during the class come with clipped nails, and bring 2-3 large towels, one sheet and raindrop kit.

Date: February 18 and 19, 2012
Time: 10 AM to 5 PM
Fee: $ 950.00 (CAD)
Required text: Essential Oil Desk reference & Kit
Instructor: Sheila McKenzie, RDH, PhD (IMD), HP, D.Ac, and DHS