Sessions

Sandra is a Shiatsu, Emotional Reflexology and Reiki Practitioner with more than 25 years of experience!

  • Shiatsu is a Japanese method where the therapist uses finger pressures and manipulations to connect with the patients, perceiving their energy balance.

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  • Reflexology is a powerful healing practice based on the concept that every part of the body is connected by energy pathways. Let the body heal itself.

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  • Reiki is a wonderful ancient energetic practice that helps us restore and harmonize the energy power losses caused by physical discomfort and inner turmoil.

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  • Would you like to experience one of these sessions? Book an appointment with Sandra by calling her at the following number +1 250 8015404.

A small gesture of touch can mend hearts in times of sorrow or pain. All of the human uses touch to connect, communicate and bond together. It is the oldest sensory system in the human body and therefore lies at the core of our existence. It links us to the outside world and makes our life experiences real. Yes, our need to touch and be touched is vital to our very survival. So it is not surprising that bodywork which uses touch as a therapeutic tool can create significant invaluable changes in our bodies. Bodywork can also open the door to a spiritual dimension that few therapists can match. Through human touch, we experience love, care, and compassion, emotions that give us the support, strength, and courage we need in order to initiate healing on many levels of both. (“The Human Potential” by Pauline Sasaki)

  • Dalai Lama

    "Follow the three R's: Respect for yourself. Respect for others. Responsibility for all your actions."

  • Confucio

    "Behave with others as you'd like others to behave with you."

  • Unknown

    "The symptom is a message that the body sends to communicate a deeper discomfort."

  • Sandra

    "We are the product of our mind and of our wellbeing; therefore, the only way to heal from illness is to improve our lives."