AN OASIS OF CALM
“The sessions uplift my week and I do my best to remember that feeling when life gets intense. To say the practitioner is gifted is an understatement. She seems to be guided by something mysterious as she chooses how to connect with my body. It is a deeply calming experience and my body relaxes in a way I haven’t experienced from other kinds of massage.” J.C.
Breema® regards the body as a holistic energy system. The aim is to increase vitality, not to fight sickness, and to create an atmosphere which allows the body to move toward a natural state of balance. Working with the 9 principles of Breema helps to create a receptive mind, supportive feelings, and a relaxed body. This helps free up energy that is usually consumed by conflict between the mind and feelings, creating physical tension. The bodywork is intended to enhance the flow of life energy and bring one to the present.
Breema sessions are traditionally done fully clothed with the recipient lying down or seated on a padded floor. The bodywork is a harmonious choreography of supported movements, gradual leaning, gentle stretching and bending, holding postures, nurturing brushes and rhythmic tapping. Each session is tailored to each recipient, at each visit. There is no standard program or sequence. For the best benefit loose comfortable slacks and a long sleeved shirt are recommended. A pair of clean socks can be brought, or provided, as well. Warmed stones, wrapped in cloth, pillows and aromatherapy are also incorporated into your session for deeper relaxation and beneficial support.
AT THERAPY BY THE SEA, BREEMA IS USUALLY MIXED WITH OTHER EASTERN MODALITIES AND IS REFERRED TO AS ‘EASTERN FUSION‘.
IF YOU WISH TO SPECIFICALLY EXPERIENCE JUST BREEMA IN YOUR SESSION, CHRISTA IS THE ONLY THERAPIST TRAINED IN THIS MODALITY.
Christa has over 500 hours of training in Breema Bodywork and Self Breema Exercises and is the therapist who specifically provides this service.
Breema is a trademark of The Breema Center.
Single Moment, Single Activity
Gentleness and Firmness
No Hurry, No Pause