Metamorphosis Creates Peace WithinMetamorphosis creates peace within by addressing unconscious tension. Unconscious tension is underneath all that you are trying to fix, change, and heal.
What makes Metamorphosis unique is that it addresses unconscious tension at the onset of this tension for all of humanity. Most approaches address symptoms. Symptoms are the expression of this underlying tension, not the source. As the underlying tension eases, so do your symptoms. Taking your focus off of what is wrong, is part of the Metamorphosis magic!
A Metamorphosis treatment creates a doorway to this underlying tension with an invitation to let it go. It is in the awareness that it eases without effort or thought.
A treatment is non-verbal and deeply relaxing. Using gentle touch, we work on the bony structure of the feet, hands, head, and directly on the spine. You remain fully clothed during the process with the exception of your feet.
Cindy Silverlock is a Metamorphosis author and teacher. She has spent over 30 years bringing awareness of Metamorphosis. Cindy founded the Metamorphosis Center in 1990. Dean Silverlock has been right by her side supporting her and assisting in classes.
Metamorphosis Classes we travel to you
Metamorphosis Class in New Zealand, 2010
Cindy and Dean have taught Metamorphosis classes throughout the USA and in Canada: Toronto, New Brunswick, and British Columbia. They have also taught in Helsinki, Finland and Auckland, New Zealand.
We would love to travel to your area for 6-14 people. Our classes have been sponsored by associations, healing centers, and individuals.
More than just a foot massage, reflexology follows a map of reflex points on the feet, hands and ears that correspond to the body’s organ systems. Practitioners apply pressure to the reflex points to promote wellbeing in those body systems. Some forms of the modality also teach assessment of a client’s feet, hands, face and ears to judge overall health.
Reflexology continuing education is often split into hand, feet and ear units that can be taken separately. Brief courses will discuss how to incorporate basic techniques into spa massage while specialty training delves into the Chinese medicine basis of the practice, how to address client complaints like headaches and how to use hot stones and other tools in your sessions.