Raindrop Technique in Masssage Therapy
As a licensed massage therapist, I have taken training for providing services “outside” of what most people consider “regular massage”.
Today, I want to share with you information about the Raindrop Technique.
I first experienced and learned how to do a Raindrop Technique fifteen years ago while I was in massage school in Evansville, Indiana. The Raindrop Technique involves dropping essential oils along the spine of a client while they are face down on the massage table. Only pure essential oils are used and they are used in a specific order in order to promote healing and rejuvenation. A warm, wet towel is placed on the client’s back at the end of the treatment to encourage the oils to penetrate the skin and spinal column. Essential Oils are also massaged into the clients feet and neck as they rest.
Essential oils are highly effective in balancing and rejuvenating the mind and body. When essential oils are properly applied to the back, feet and neck, an electrical alignment may occur which relieves a variety of discomforts caused by imbalances in the body.
I specifically encourage clients to try a Raindrop Technique after the death of a loved one, or if cold or flu symptoms are lingering on for an extended time.
A few of the oils used in a Raindrop Technique are peppermint, basil, thyme and cypress. I don’t want to list them all and ruin the surprise!
Interested in more? Contact me with questions or to make an appointment.
A Raindrop Technique takes about 50 minutes and costs $75.
In good health,