Massage Therapy: 30, 60 or 90 minute sessions
Massage Modalities: Swedish, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy, Integrative, Pregnancy, Couples Massage
Chakra Balancing: 30 minute session
Hands on Healing Session: 30 minute session
Vibrational Healing Session: 60 minute Session
Includes: Chakra Balancing, Crystal Singing Bowels, Tuning Forks, Chakra Oils, Crystals, Sound Healing, and Hands on Healing.
90 Minute Vibration Healing Sessions: also includes Massage Therapy
Skincare: 60 Minute Facial
90 Minute Facial & Massage
90 Minute Chakra Facial
120 Minute Facial & Massage
Metaphysical Counseling or Life Coaching
Tiffany received her Bachelors in Metaphysical Counseling in 2015. A Metaphysical Counselor helps others understand how to create for him or herself an abundance of health, strength, success, prosperity or any other condition, which they desire through an understanding of Universal Law. They also assist others in understanding their spiritual nature, how to use prayer as a form of healing, and work with their spiritual guides to assist them in this life.
The Metaphysical Counselor becomes skilled in mastering the mind in order to shape a new world for themselves and others. With this focus, they naturally gain healing skills that help not only the mind but the body as well. A metaphysical counselor can help with the grief stricken, loneliness, depression, anxiety, any physical illness and offer guidance and support to those who need it.
Tiffany continued her counseling education by becoming a Grief/Bereavement Counselor. She chose this path after struggling for years after the deaths of her daughter and husband. She wanted to help others through the bereavement process in a healthier and quicker way than she experienced. She integrates her Metaphysical Counseling skills into her Grief Counseling sessions to bring a holistic and spiritual element into the healing process.
Grief counseling aims to help people cope with grief and mourning following the death of loved ones. Grief counselors believe that everyone experiences and expresses grief in their own way, often shaped by culture. They believe that it is not uncommon for a person to withdraw from their friends and family and feel helpless; some might be angry and want to take action. Some may laugh.
Grief counselors know that one can expect a wide range of emotion and behavior associated with grief. Some counselors believe that in all places and cultures, the grieving person benefits from the support of others. Further, grief counselors believe that where such support is lacking, counseling may provide an avenue for healthy resolution. Grief counselors believe that grief is a process and the goal of which is "resolution." Grief counselors also believe that where the process of grieving is interrupted, for example, by the one who is grieving having to simultaneously deal with practical issues of survival or by their having to be the strong one who is striving to hold their family together, grief can remain unresolved and later resurface as an issue for counseling.