Welcome! Here you’ll find some explanations for the therapies mentioned as part of your weekend Shaktipat Meditation Retreat extended stay package.
What Is Our Total Well-Being Assessment?
At the Bhakta School of Transformation we provide a Total Well-Being Assessment as the entry point to all private coaching and healing sessions. The assessment provides the practitioner with important information about your overall health and lifestyle, including a well-being history, that is used to begin making recommendations for improving your well-being and health long-term. The assessment is carried about through a series of questions that are answered as part of an introductory evaluation of a person’s well-being condition.
What Is An Herbal Remedy Consultation?
Herbs are high in micronutrients and minerals necessary for the optimal function of our cells. They also support optimal metabolism, liver, kidney and pancreatic function, as well as stem cell growth and tissue/muscle repair. Additionally, herbs have been used effectively for thousands of years to heal chronic health conditions and disease.
An herbal remedy consultation is a private session with one of our trained herbalists in which recommendations are made for your use of various herbs to support the optimal function of your cells and heal dis-ease. This session is based on the total well-being assessment offered as part of this package.
What Is A Hydrotherapy Herbal Foot Soak
Herbal hydrotherapy involves immersing the body (in this case, your feet) in a pool of water which has been treated with essential oils, flower essences or herbs, and other healing essences. The water acts as a conduit, carrying the herbs and oils to the skin and muscles of the body, while enhancing the aromatic experience. Varying pressure can be implemented, as well as varying degrees of temperature (hot water generally soothes, while cold invigorates).
The holistic practice of foot soaking is unparalleled, as herbal hydrotherapy soaking is a dynamic experience that calms the body and mind in unison.
What Is An Ionic Foot Detox Treatment?
An ionic foot detox is a foot bathing process used to pull the toxins out of your body through your feet. The ions in the foot bath water hold a charge that enables them bind to any heavy metals and toxins in your body, similar to how a magnet works. This releases toxins from the body in a comfortable foot bath.
What Is Red Light Therapy?
NASA had that same question in the early 1990s and got to work. After finding that red light therapy activated natural plant growth in space, they started researching medical applications for people. NASA’s findings demonstrated health benefits from specific wavelengths of red light delivered through light emitting diodes (LEDs).
The medical science community took notice and over the last 3 decades, there’s been extensive clinical research on the various medical applications of red light therapy. The results are extremely encouraging for people seeking natural, non-invasive treatments for a wide range of health conditions. Red light therapy definitely works, and it’s backed by a wealth of published research.
Natural red light powers your cells. A light therapy device like delivers red & near infrared wavelengths directly to your body with medical-grade LEDs. These photons of natural, therapeutic light produce a chemical reaction in the mitochondria of your cells that boosts energy production and regeneration. The two primary effects are:
More ATP Energy – ATPs power the cells for optimal cellular respiration, without which chronic health conditions and disease are inevitable.
Enhanced Cell Signaling – Our cells communicate with each other epigenetically. It has been proved that down regulation (as in interruption) of healthy cell signaling is the gateway to all chronic health conditions and disease. So, one vibrant health goal to to ensure that our cells are engaged in optimal cell signaling.
We use the top-rated Joov red light therapy units.
About Our Certified Ecology of Well-Being Practitioners
Certified Ecology of Well-Being practitioners receive a minimum of 400-600 hours of certification training in Kedarji’s 4 Pillars of Total Well-Being and Ecology of Well-Being. In addition, they are supervised in 75-90 hours of private sessions with clients, in which their application of the certification training is monitored. Others go on to continue to advanced certification of 1,000 hours or more. Certified EOW practitioners are also strongly encouraged to obtain additional, complimentary certifications, and many do.