Bonnie Rucker

                                  LMT


Bonnie graduated from The Woodlands School of Massage. She holds a bachelor's degree from Sam Houston State University where she was a certified teacher and massage therapist in the state of Texas. Bonnie believes that massage as well as related modalities of bodywork are extremely beneficial in keeping your mind, spirit, body in harmony and balance creating constant rejuvenation of health and vitality.  She is very passionate about using holistic approaches to help facilitate the body's own natural healing processes. Bonnie will work in conjunction with the human body to accelerate the flow of natural healing.


                             Amazing Benefits Of Dry Brushing

Dry brushing is used to help exfoliate your skin and make it easier for your body to eliminate toxins in naturally.   Approximately a third of the toxins expelled from the body leave through the pores in your skin. However, dead skin cells tend to clog the pores, trapping the toxins inside where they can wreak havoc on your health.   Brushing your skin will help increase your blood circulation. This will boost your energy levels and it has other benefits as well. For example, it can help reduce your risks of stroke and heart attack. It can also promote cell growth and improve organ functions

Use Dry Brushing For Lymphatic Drainage

The lymphatic system makes up a major part of your immune system. It contains lymph vessels, nodes and ducts. Lymph vessels run underneath the skin and a clear liquid called lymph travels through these vessels. Lymph contains white blood cells. These cells cover the tissues within your body as they pass through the lymphatic system and make their way to the bloodstream. Many believe that if you dry brush, you’re stimulating the lymph flow, which increases the body’s ability to detoxify itself naturally.

                                        

                                            Ear Candling

Ear candling is a practice that belongs to the world of alternative medicine. It is used to treat earwax buildups and many other ear-related conditions. An ear candle performs the process of the candling. It’s a hollow cone made out of fabric, covered in wax. When the pointy end goes into the ear, the other side is lite. The result is a suction-like action that is made possible by the warmth.


Some benefits of ear candling include:

  • removing wax, bacteria, and other debris from the ear canal.
  • treating sinus infections.
  • improving hearing or reversing hearing loss.
  • relieving sore throats.
  • treating colds and flus.
  • relieving headaches and migraines.
  • improving mental clarity.
  • purifying the blood.
  • tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
  • hearing problems.
  • sinus infections or other sinus conditions.