949 N. Prescott St. Portland, OR 97217
503.929.6416

W h e r e   Q i   f l o w s ,  t h e r e   i s  n o   p a i n .   (Chinese  adage)

More About Ensoflow Shiatsu

 

 

Enso* =  Circle , Oneness, wholeness

    Flow* =  Continuous Movement

         Shiatsu* = Finger Pressure

 

 

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Located at 949 North Prescott Street, Portland, Oregon 97217

 

* My studio is a comfortable, safe place for you to let go and receive healing in the best way that you need. 

Ensoflow  =  To Make the Flow of energy WHOLE.

 

Ensoflow shiatsu is a profound mix of Eastern Energetic Meridian Qi Flow along with Western Structural Massage Techniques for therapeutic benefit and Life transformation.
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My work is based on Five Element Shiatsu which seeks to support the essence of Who You Really Are while releasing the blocks and defenses that have built up to deal with stress. I look at the body through a structural AND energetic perspective. When you tell me about areas of holding tension and pain, my goal is to open those areas and allow blood to flow there to creating healing. In doing so, we are also allowing my QI and life to enter, and affecting the natural flow of Qi throughout your whole system. Homeostasis; mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally is our desired result. 

Shiatsu is a Japanese modality that has a threefold intention; 1) SUPPORT your core energy and vital force, 2) REMOVE any stressors or blocks to the full expression of your Vital Energy, and 3) RELAX the forces that you developed to deal with your original wounds.

Sound profound? Well it is. AND because this is experienced therapeutic bodywork; you don’t have to know any of this. What you need to know is that you will feel SUPPORTED and SAFE to let go and receive what it is that you need at the time of the session. Shiatsu is given traditional style on mat with bolsters with the receiver in comfortable clothing.

In any Ensoflow shiatsu session I may include other modalities such as cranio-sacral therapy, reflexology, myofascial release and trigger point therapy. I also include Chi Nei Tsang (abdominal five element organ massage).

 

Please read more here : http://www.ensoflow.com/ensoflow-shiatsu

 

Ensoflow Shiatsu  is:

 

Energetically Appropriate – I meet you where you are at and tailor the session to where you and your body want to go.

A Modern Take on Ancient Healing- Eastern Medicine and Five Element theory has been around for 5000 years!

Unlimited-  The potential for healing is always based on our potential to open to it and receive energy.

Deeply Nourishing – Your body will receive presence and care in a way that will allow it to receive nourishment.

 

 

THANK YOU for visiting Ensoflow Shiatsu!  

 

In health,

 

Charlie Cavallo, Oregon Lmt # 16249

 

 

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