Sunday, June 3, 2018

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253 W Main St
Kutztown PA 
484.548.0867
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Each Session is customized for the individual client.

Full hour Massage session $65

Full hour Reflexology session $60

Full hour Reiki session $50


Full Hour Cranial Sacral  Session $60

Half hour Cranial Sacral Session $40


Half Hour Hand or Foot Reflexology Session $45


Half hour Massage session $45


Half hour Crystal Singing bowl 

guided meditation session $40 
(includes 2 people/ $5 per additional person)

253 W Main St
Kutztown PA 
484.548.0867
NEED A SESSION LAST MINUTE? Please text, or call first for availability.
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FOR ALL SESSIONS*
*Gift Certificates must be used within 3 months of purchase.

Email or call for appointments. I am unable to answer all calls due to being in sessions with clients. Your call is important and if you leave a message it will be returned. If we are unable to speak on the phone in a timely matter please email me your appointment request and I will respond as soon as possible.

Cancellations must be made no less than 24 hours in advance. Clients canceling appointments less than 24 hours in advance are still obligated to pay for 50% of session time slot as that time is set aside only for that individual.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Red Light Therapy - Heatwaves Kutztown

Today I had the opportunity to enjoy Red Light Therapy at Heatwaves Tanning in Kutztown.

By the way, did you know that Heatwaves is under new owner/management.

As a woman of a certain age I am concerned about continued collagen production in my skin. Keeping that collagen in a good place helps to maintain the suppleness and firm texture of skin.

When  I learned that Robert Carr, owner of Heatwaves is now offering Red Light Therapy I was very excited for the opportunity to enjoy some sessions.

Who would not want to enjoy a natural, non-invasive way to help rebuild, maintain and support the collagen production in their skin, especially the face. Not only does Red Light help boost collagen production it also helps the skins natural ability to heal.

Red Light Therapy can also help various skin conditions such as:

1. Burns 

2. Acne Scars 

3. Rosacea 

4. Eczema 

5. Psoriasis 

6. Athlete’s foot

Red Light Therapy can also help various physical pains such as:

1. Herniated and bulging discs 

2. Muscle related back pain 

3. Osteoarthritis 

4. Fibromyalgia 

5. Pulled and strained muscles, Muscle spasms 

6. Inflammation  

7. Nerve injuries 

8. Sports injuries: bone fractures and chips, sprains, tennis elbow etc. 

9. Neck pain and stiffness  

I am a person is very hypersensitive regarding my physical body. Subtle changes are acutely noticeable to me. For 8 minutes I laid in the Red Light bed completely surround by the therapy system. The sensation I felt was a warmth and a healthfulness of my skin as if it was glowing from the inside out. The feel I experience only on a beautiful sunny day. I feel lighter. Sorta like I that happy feeling you get in summertime.

For more information check out Heatwaves information on Red Light Therapy as linked above. And here are a few more links on the benefits of Red Light Therapy

https://draxe.com/red-light-therapy/

http://www.infrared-light-therapy.com/red-light-therapy-skin-benefits/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4126803/

Friday, November 24, 2017

Lyme Disease and Reflexology

Chronic Lyme Disease may present with various unpleasant symptoms such as headaches, depression chronic fatigue,  arthritis, fibromyalgia, joint pain, and impaired muscle movement.

Reflexology has been shown to help improve the symptoms associated with Lyme Disease.




Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Fibromylagia Reflexology

How Reflexology can Help Fibromyalgia Sufferers

Original Article Link Below
At times, we may try certain types of therapy for our fibromyalgia symptoms and realize that they are not working as well as they could be. We need more relief because our symptoms get worse, or we just need to find relief because nothing is really working.
That being said, it’s important to recognize that there are alternatives to traditional therapy that can help relieve our symptoms and increase our quality of life. One of those types of therapy is known as reflexology, and that’s what we’re going to take a small peek at here.

What Does Reflexology Entail?

Reflexology is a type of therapy that is actually related to massage, but it’s not only massage. It basically focuses on the hands and the feet. What happens it that a reflexologist will look at your hands or your feet, and they have a map (either in their head, or they actually have ones on paper as well).
Reflexology basically states that your hands and feet are connected to the rest of your body. If you hit certain pressure points or massage them, you can make an impact on certain internal organs so that can be cleansed of toxins and so that you don’t end up having other problems going on inside.
It does sound a little odd, but basically, the pressure that is placed on those points is the pressure and massage that you would do if you were able to actually touch the organs that are being affected by the illness or the pain that is going on.
Instead of thinking of reflexology as being akin to massage (even though the pressure is applied with the fingers of the reflexologist in a massage-like fashion), you want to actually look at it like it is related to acupuncture and other forms of therapy that focus on pressure points. A session usually lasts a half hour or so; but, you may be a bit sore after you’ve gone through a session, so give yourself some wiggle room in there.
Reflexology for Fibromyalgia

What is the Relationship Between Reflexology and Fibromyalgia?

So, now, of course, you want to know why reflexology would be used for fibromyalgia. There are a few big reasons, actually – let’s take a look here.
As you likely know, irritable bowel syndrome (usually referred to as just IBS) is a syndrome that affects many people with fibro, mainly because everything in their body is already sensitive, so it’s not surprising that the bowels do too. By putting pressure on the specific areas of the foot and/or hand, the bowels get the pressure that they need and the IBS subsides. A person will need continued treatment in order to make sure that it subsides.
Sleep is a huge problem for many people, and it’s because of hormones and because of anxiety and stress. Those are affected by certain areas of the brain which, of course, cannot be massaged either. In reflexology, they will go to a certain area of your foot or hand that coincides with the limbic system, and then you will start to get the relief that you’re looking for.
To speak with my about your fibromyalgia please text, email or call me at 484.548.0867


Monday, November 20, 2017

How to Purchase a Gift Certificate

Yay!1 It could not be any easier to purchase a Gift Certificate for your loved one at MEND Soul Holistic Arts. For more info visit the new Gift Certificate page

Thursday, November 16, 2017

What People Are Saying about Tamu Ngina

Happy November!!

I just recently updated my REVIEWS page. It contains testimonials from various clients.

REVIEWS

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Reflexology & Massage Therapy in Berks County

It is absolutely amazing and wonderful to celebrate one full year of being open at 253 W. Main St., Kutztown and offering my professional services to Berks County.

A massive thank you to everyone who has trusted my skills enough to come back for more and to spread by word of mouth to their family and friends.

It has indeed been a pleasure.

My motto is, "Love your feet & your body will love you!"

As an educated and licensed massage professional as well as a trained professional Reflexologist I have offered my services to so many diverse people with diverse health issues.

One common thread through all of my clients is they greatly appreciate how relaxed, blissful and less pained they feel after their sessions. I am humbled. And I am grateful. Thank you!