October 31, 2010

Raindrop Technique

The Raindrop Technique is a method of using Vita Flex, reflexology, massage techniques, etc., and therapeutic-grade essential oils applied on various locations of the body to bring it structural and electrical alignment. It is designed to bring balance to the body with its relaxing and mild application. It will help align the energy centers of the body and release them if blocked, without using hard pressure or trying to force the body to change.

D. Gary Young developed the Raindrop Technique based on his research with essentail oils as antimicrobial agents and his knowledge of th Vita Flex technique and its reflex points in the feed, and finally the knowledge he learned from the Lakota people of South Dakota using finger stroking and feathering techniques and the effects on the muscles and the nervous system.

There is an original technique that uses 7 to 9 therapeutic-grade essential oils (many of which are "hot" oils) and there is also a protocol for Parkinson's Disease which can be used for those with MS, Chronic Fatigue, Lou Gehrig's Diesease, etc. The Raindrop Technique can be customized with other oils based on what you are trying to accomplish. Raindrop Technique is also great for anyone suffering from Lyme's Disease!

Along with humans, the Raindrop Technique has been used successfully with dogs & horses. I have done several on my own dogs and look forward to working on some rescue horses in the near future.

For more information about how to perform the Raindrop Technique on your dog, please email me.

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I train dogs using positive reinforcement training to modify unwanted behaviors.  I step outside the traditional training box and use therapeutic-grade essential oils to assist in my behavior modification regime when it comes to dogs plagued with fear and anxiety as well as aggression.  My philosophy is to heal the dog's mind, body and spirit, not just to rid the dog of unacceptable behaviors.  I specialize in shelter dog rehab, reactive rover, and fearful fidos.