Erik is a holistic healing practitioner who combines the Chinese medicine practices of Tui Na massage, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Cupping therapy, Guasha, Moxibustion, Tong Ren Therapy, Auriculotherapy, Chinese Herbs, and Teas with his education in Psychology. He integrates the modalities of Reiki, aromatherapy, crystal therapy, meditation, TSR, EFT, and sound healing with drumming, singing bowls, and chanting into his private practice. He also offers long distance sessions and private instruction. Erik teaches his clients about detoxing, specific dietary recommendations, overall healthy lifestyle changes, earth conscious living, earthing, forest therapy, foraging for wild plants, mushrooms, and more. All of the tools that he uses with clients he has used to heal himself from chronic inflammation and disease. After his own healing journey, he was fortunate to have studied under Dr. Ming Wu as an apprentice for five years to learn all of the facets of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Erik holds professional certifications as a Qi Gong Instructor, Tui Na technique, Medicinal Aromatherapy, Auricular therapy, Reiki 1,2,3, TSR, and Tong Ren Therapy. With the focus on connecting the body, mind, and spirit this holistic healing approach allows for optimal health to be fulfilled for everyone.
All of the herbs and mushrooms used were wild foraged or they were grown by organic farming methods. They were made into herbal tinctures using organic non-GMO vegetable glycerin. Astragalus Root- In Chinese medicine the pinyin is Huang Qi meaning yellow superior...read more
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Wild foraged polypore mushrooms sliced and dehydrated. They make a a great soup stock. Also can be used as a tonifying tea.
Make a Chinese decoction add the mushrooms to 6-8 cups of water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 45 minutes. Strain mushrooms put first batch to the side. Repeat by adding 6-8 cups of water to the mushrooms. Bring to a boil and simmer for 45 minutes. Strain mushrooms and combine both batches to make a stock or tea.
wild mushroom tea $18.
Reishi mushroom tincture made from vegetable glycerin and filtered water. 2 oz. bottle
Add 1-2 droppers into 6 oz. of filter water. Take 2-3 times a day. Take for 2-4 weeks at a time. Boost immunity, detox the body, and get an energy boost.
Reishi mushroom strengthens immunity, detoxes the liver, tonifies the spleen, and gives a boost of energy combating fatigue.
Acupressure and Acupuncture use the same pressure points or meridians and are actually quite alike. The main difference between the professions is that Acupuncture employs needles, while Acupressure uses gentle to firm finger pressure. When these acupressure points are stimulated they promote circulation of blood, release muscular tension and enhance the body’s life force energy to aid healing. Acupressure therapy can be used to:
- Improve circulation
- Increase energy level
- Relieve pain
- Activate the parasympathetic nervous system for deep relaxation
- Improve heart rate variability
- Reduce cortisol levels for weight loss
- Revitalize and rejuvenate
Set of pillow and mat $95
Pillow only $35