Roger Fontaine, remedial massage therapist, graduated from basic relaxation massage studies in June1999, and from advanced remedial studies in July 2001 at Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies. I have also since spring of 2007 acquired three levels of certification in pranic healing and achieved Associate status at this time with the Canadian Pranic Healing Association. I am integrating pranic healing techniques into my massage treatments when beneficial or necessary. Member of Association of Massage Therapists and Wholistic Practitioners since 1999. The Association has since 2007 changed its name to Natural Health Practitioners of Canada for which I am a member in good standing.
It is important to integrate wellness practice into all four bodies: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Any imbalance in one of these four bodies will result in dis-ease, un-balance, or dys-function. This holistic approach is that which I am utilizing in my clinic setting to assist my clients in improving wellness in all four bodies. The establishment of peaceful soul and harmony within depends on working with all four bodies. The education of my clients to this fact is an integral aspect of treatment.
The emphasis on diaphragmatic breathing is made to assist in achieving a peaceful soul.
The use of positive affirmations and the elimination of disempowering negative statements about self and others guarantees that the focus remain on centering in the heart chakra, mindfulness of love and compassion, forgiveness and gratitude.
Establishment of connection with the divine energy and the invocation of blessings from the Buddhas, Ascended Masters, Holy Angels, and Saints, Spiritual Teachers and The Great Ones is crucial to bringing down the blessings and healings for my clients.
Awarenessto the existence and inter-relation of all four bodies is the beginning. The holistic approach incorporates elements from the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies integrating them into a cohesive whole with attentiveness to 'mindfulness'and 'being in the present'. These traditional Buddhist practices of meditation help to restore balance and wellness in the client. The planting of wholesome seeds into the 'store consciousness' is encouraged and the transforming of indeterminate and unwholesome seeds into positive outcomes is practiced and encouraged. Clients enter the clinic feeling 'not bad' and leave feeling 'great'.
Active Healing Massage
38 Tomlinson Avenue
Winnipeg Manitoba Canada