What is Crystal Healing?
Crystal healing is a deeply relaxing, rejuvenating, clothing on, minimal contact therapy.
It is a re-alignment of energetic frequencies and removes emotional blockages which can include soul learning, healing and spiritual growth.
* It assists all areas.
* Energetic imbalances end up manifesting as physical ailments or emotional issues.
* It promotes health via physical and energetic crystal entrainment.
We recognize crystals as powerful energetic tools.
I have an understanding of Human EMF and how crystals interact with it.
I am trained in how to recognize and remedy energetic imbalances or blockages within this field utilizing crystal energy.
I am certified by a school that is an approved provider by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
General Crystal Healing Options
Feeling scattered like you just aren’t able to get it together? This 30 minute session leaves you feeling “pulled together” and back on track. It’s very grounding, relaxing and extremely powerful!
When Chakras are not balanced, it can drain you emotionally, physically and spiritually. Crystals are used to balance the Chakras in addition to energy work. This 60 minute Chakra Balance is rejuvinating and is simply a must!
Mini Chakra Balance
Chakra balancing is done without energy. The crystals do all the work and it is extremely relaxing when the crystals balance your chakras. This is a good addition to the Grounding Session if time doesn’t allow for a full Chakra Balance.
This 30 minute session is perfect if you’re going through a rough time, feeling vulnerable and good for empaths. It strengthens your EMF and optimizes transmuting abilities. It leaves you feeling strong!
Essential Oils have a specific frequency and vibration similiar to crystals. This therapy is a definate must if you want to enhance your session with both aromatherapy and additional vibrational enhancements.
Gem Elixirs are a homeopathic way to ingest the frequency and vibration of specific crystals. They are an excellent way to help stubborn Chakras and keep you feeling great between sessions.
Everything that moves vibrates, from the smallest molecule to the universe itself. Hearing the sound of the crystal bowls seems to awaken an ancient remembering, touching the essence of the soul.
Crystal Grids elevate the intention and each grid is hand drawn with the desired intention for the highest good. Add this on for one week, one month or longer.
Chakra (Sanskrit “wheel”)
A chakra is an energy point or node in the subtle body. Chakras are part of the subtle body, not the physical body, and as such are the meeting points of the subtle (non-physical) energy channels called nadi. Nadi are channels in the subtle body through which the life force (prana) (non-physical) or vital energy (non-physical) moves. Various scriptural texts and teachings present a different number of chakras. There are many chakras in the subtle human body according to the tantric texts, but there are seven chakras that are considered to be the most important ones.
This video gives a brief explanation of each chakra and they can effect you mentally, physically and spiritually. You may also find a brief explanation of each one on this page.
Muladhara – English: “root support” or root chakra is symbolized by a lotus with four petals and the color red.
This center is located at the base of the spine in the coccygeal region. It is said to relate to the gonads and the adrenal medulla, responsible for the fight-or-flight response when survival is under threat.
The seed syllable is LAM.
Muladhara is related to instinct, security, survival and also to basic human potentiality.
Physically, Muladhara governs sexuality, mentally it governs stability, emotionally it governs sensuality, and spiritually it governs a sense of security.
Muladhara has a relation to the sense of smell. The deity is Ganesh.*
Svadhishthana – English: “one’s own base” or sacral chakra is symbolized by a white lotus within which is a crescent moon, with six vermilion, or orange petals. The seed mantra is Vam, and the presiding deity is Brahma, with the Shakti being Rakini (or Chakini). The animal associated is the crocodile of Varuna.
This chakra is located in the sacrum and is considered to correspond to the testes or the ovaries that produce the various sex hormones involved in the reproductive cycle. Svadhishthana is also considered to be related to, more generally, the genitourinary system and the adrenals.
The key issues involving Svadhishthana are relationships, violence, addictions, basic emotional needs, and pleasure. Physically, Svadhishthana governs reproduction, mentally it governs creativity, emotionally it governs joy, and spiritually it governs enthusiasm.*
Manipura – English: “jewel city” or solar plexus/navel chakra is symbolized by a downward pointing triangle with ten petals, along with the color yellow.
The seed syllable is Ram, and the presiding deity is Braddha Rudra, with Lakini as the Shakti.
Manipura is related to the metabolic and digestive systems. Manipura is believed to correspond to Islets of Langerhans, which are groups of cells in the pancreas, as well as the outer adrenal glands and the adrenal cortex. These play a valuable role in digestion, the conversion of food matter into energy for the body. The colour that corresponds to Manipura is yellow.
Key issues governed by Manipura are issues of personal power, fear, anxiety, opinion-formation, introversion, and transition from simple or base emotions to complex. Physically, Manipura governs digestion, mentally it governs personal power, emotionally it governs expansiveness, and spiritually, all matters of growth.
Corresponding deity for material element of this chakra is Agni.*
Anahata – English: “unstruck” or heart chakra is symbolised by a circular flower with twelve green petals called the heartmind. Within it is a yantra of two intersecting triangles, forming a hexagram, symbolizing a union of the male and female.
The seed mantra is Yam, the presiding deity is Ishana Rudra Shiva, and the Shakti is Kakini.
Anahata is related to the thymus, located in the chest. The thymus is an element of the immune system as well as being part of the endocrine system. It is the site of maturation of the T cells responsible for fending off disease and may be adversely affected by stress.
Anahata is related to the colours green or pink. Key issues involving Anahata involve complex emotions, compassion, tenderness, unconditional love, equilibrium, rejection and well-being.
Physically Anahata governs circulation, emotionally it governs unconditional love for the self and others, mentally it governs passion, and spiritually it governs devotion.*
Vishuddha – English: “especially pure”, or Vishuddhi, or throat chakra is depicted as a silver crescent within a white circle, with 16 light or pale blue, or turquoise petals.
The seed mantra is Ham, and the residing deity is Panchavaktra shiva, with 5 heads and 4 arms, and the Shakti is Shakini.
Vishuddha may be understood as relating to communication and growth through expression.
This chakra is paralleled to the thyroid, a gland that is also in the throat and which producesthyroid hormone, responsible for growth and maturation. Physically, Vishuddha governs communication, emotionally it governs independence, mentally it governs fluent thought, and spiritually, it governs a sense of security.
In Tibetan buddhism, this chakra is red, with 16 upward pointing petals. It plays an important role in Dream Yoga, the art of lucid dreaming.
Corresponding deity for material element of this chakra is Dyaus.*
Ajna – English: “command” or third-eye chakra is symbolised by a lotus with two petals, and corresponds to the colours violet, indigo or deep blue, though it is traditionally described as white.
It is at this point that the two side nadi Ida (yoga) and Pingala are said to terminate and merge with the central channel Sushumna, signifying the end of duality, the characteristic of being dual (e.g. light and dark, or male and female). The seed syllable for this chakra is the syllable OM, and the presiding deity is Ardhanarishvara, who is a half male, half female Shiva/Shakti. The Shakti goddess of Ajna is called Hakini.
Ajna (along with Bindu), is known as the third eye chakra and is linked to the pineal gland which may inform a model of its envisioning. The pineal gland is a light sensitive gland that produces the hormone melatonin which regulates sleep and waking up, and is also postulated to be the production site of the psychedelic dimethyltryptamine, the only known hallucinogen endogenous to the human body.
Ajna’s key issues involve balancing the higher and lower selves and trusting inner guidance. Ajna’s inner aspect relates to the access of intuition. Mentally, Ajna deals with visual consciousness. Emotionally, Ajna deals with clarity on an intuitive level.*
Sahasrara – English: “thousand-petaled” or crown chakra is generally considered to be the state of pure consciousness, within which there is neither object nor subject.
When the Kundalini energy rises to this point, it unites with the male Shiva energy, and a state of liberating samadhi is attained.
Symbolized by a lotus with one thousand multi-coloured petals, it is located either at the crown of the head, or above the crown of the head. Sahasrara is represented by the colour white and it involves such issues as inner wisdom and the death of the body.
Its role may be envisioned somewhat similarly to that of the pituitary gland, which secretes hormones to communicate to the rest of the endocrine system and also connects to the central nervous system via the hypothalamus.
According to Gary Osborn, the thalamus is thought to have a key role in the physical basis of consciousness and is the ‘Bridal Chamber’ mentioned in the Gnostic scriptures. Sahasrara’s inner aspect deals with the release of karma, physical action with meditation, mental action with universal consciousness and unity, and emotional action with “beingness.”
In Tibetan buddhism, the point at the crown of the head is represented by a white circle, with 33 downward pointing petals. It is of primary importance in the performance of phowa, or consciousness projection after death, in order to obtain rebirth in a Pure Land. Within this state is contained the White drop, or Bodhicitta, which is the essence of masculine energy.
Corresponding deity for material element of this state is Dhruva.*