- if you have a medical condition (treatment is an adjunct or is complementary to current medical treatment)
- if you are dealing with an ongoing emotional issue (such as sadness/grief, worry, fear, anger)
- for relaxation purposes
- for balancing of body’s energies
- for increasing one’s energy and vitality
- for prevention of health and wellness issues
Treatment Protocol: The Practitioner will do an assessment of the Client’s condition at the beginning of each treatment to determine a course of action. In some cases, information may be gathered prior to the initial treatment. During the treatment, as the Qi moves, the Client may feel varying sensations such as warmth, coolness, tingling, and muscular twitching. After the treatment, the Client will likely feel relaxed, have a general sense of well-being and vitality, and be more present. Results will vary, depending on the condition or issue being treated, and the length of time it has been present.
Leanne has been passionately contributing to the health, wellness and fitness field for over 25 years as a fitness, health and wellness instructor, trainer and leader. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Leisure Studies from UVIC which involved studies related to human performance, wellness, recreation and health education. Leanne is a certified Medical Qigong Therapist and studies with Wendy Lang from Empty Mountain Institute and the IIMQ (International Institute of Medical Qigong). She begins studies toward her Master of Medical Qigong in 2015. Medical Qigong is a five thousand year old form of Chinese Energetic Medicine, and these studies combined with Leanne’s certification as a Medical Exercise Specialist, allow her to take a unique approach to her healing classes, workshops and treatments
Having found her true calling with massage therapy, Pia’s aptitude and her calming energy creates a relaxing space for you to unwind and recharge. “I have always had a keen interest in improving my clients’ lives through body work. Life is full of stress that affects us mentally and physically; massage is a way to ease the burden and decrease the likelihood of stress causing long term problems”.
Pia is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Health Science in order to increase her knowledge of health and the human body.