Bodywork & Massage

/ˈbɒdɪwəːk/noun

1.the metal outer shell of a vehicle.

2.therapies and techniques in complementary medicine which involve touching or manipulating the body

Massage Therapy Definition | Northwestern Health…

Massage therapy is manual manipulation of soft body tissues (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well-being. There are dozens of types of massage therapy methods (also called modalities).

The second rainbow protocol deals at large with personal body work as well as methods a person can use to help with an individuals healing process. This protocol focuses on the orange ray of the rainbow and allows an individual to start looking inward to ward the cellular network structure that maintains the body and keeps it health. The orange ray also represents the second chakra which is known as the sacral chakra. 

When we take a look at the definition of the two different words then we will notice that touch plays a huge roll on the road toward healthy living. 

In using the word touch we will notice the rise of emotions and feelings thus the chemical stimulation that give rise to the inner feelings makes us realise that all our feelings come from either an external force or an internal thought thus the way we interact with the world and the different types of living entities defines our personalities as well has how we relate to the world.

To find out more about what Rainbow Health Offers as its integrated health program for Bodywork & Massage go to the Rainbow Protocol page under the heading Bodywork & Massage or just select the orange Bodywork & Massage button to the right