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Alternative Therapies at The Abbott Center

Popular demand for holistic treatments have brought Complimentary and Alternative Medicine into a prominent position.  At The Abbott Center,  we too believe in the importance of a holistic approach to support healthy, pain-free bodies. 

Energy Balancing and Healing

Chinese medicine, the chakras that energize the meridians, and the Chi (energy) which creates life in our bodies have all become familiar to the holistic-minded person. The driving force behind all events of healing is energy. Nothing new can be created without it. Energy is ruled by laws. That’s what makes the universe stay organized, and your body continually regenerating. Energy guides the process: physical energy, mental energy, emotional energy, and the energy of belief. Energy comes from the inside and from the outside. An energy worker can help with the outside source, bringing energy through her hands to create the physical conditions that facilitate the healing done by the body itself.

Craniosacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on treatment aimed at balancing the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid that bathes and nourishes the central nervous system. Imbalance occurs when tension is held in the tissues of the body causing irritation, discomfort and dysfunction. CST helps facilitate self-healing, restoring the flow of CranioSacral fluid, relieving pain and nerve tension, promoting a feeling of well-being and boosting whole-body health, performance and immunity.

Maya Abdominal Therapy

The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® (ATMAT) bring bodywork, traditional remedies, herbal knowledge and spiritual healing together with the aim of restoring balance to the abdominal and pelvic areas of the body. Balance brings a state of wholeness where the life force (chu’lel in Mayan) can flow freely. ATMAT was developed by Dr. Rosita Arvigo as a result of her long-term apprenticeship with the late Maya H’Men (Doctor-Priest), Don Elijio Panti of Belize.