Alternative Therapies


Ayurveda means the science of life. Ayurveda works with the principles of balance and imbalance to restore harmony through regular use of nutritional care, herbs, meditation, yoga and treatments. By recognizing the unique composition of each person (doshas), Ayurveda restores vitality to help us reach our full potential.

Ayurvedic Treatments

Herbal Oil Massage – Abhyanga (ah-bee-an-gah) – 60 min $75

A relaxation massage using heated herbal oils. This massage will bring balance, vitality and relaxation back into the body.

Ayurvedic Wrap – 90 min $120

Includes a heated herbal oil application, body wrap, heat therapy and a head and neck massage. This treatment reduces inflammation and promotes detoxification.


TonyaTonya Huggins, LMT

Tonya  became interested in Ayurveda and took intensive courses in Ayurvedic wellness at Kerala Ayurveda Academy in Seattle, WA. She is happy and blessed to use the knowledge she has learned to help the community learn more about this amazing natural way of life.  Tonya guides her clients to a more harmonious lifestyle empowering them with the Ayurvedic tools and techniques to not only maintain their health but to thrive!



Biodynamic CranioSacral Therapy

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a profound, non-invasive and hands-on treatment for body, mind and spirit. Performed on a massage table, the client is fully clothed and the touch is light and still.  The treatment supports the health of the whole person, in particular the central nervous system, and is effective for treating acute injuries, chronic pain of all kinds, emotional trauma, anxiety and depression, as well as headaches and sports/yoga-related injuries.

Sessions are $75 for 75 minutes.


barbupanaitescuBarbu Panaitescu

I began my healing journey in 2004 after 15 years of living in the mountains and developing chronic back and knee pain from skiing-related injuries. I left the mountains and began to work with a shamanic healer in NYC, training and healing with her for six years as I simultaneously began to deepen my studies of yoga and Tibetan Buddhism. These three pathways to wholeness, which seemed initially to be different methods, began to coalesce for me around 2011 as a unified, mindfulness-based, breath and body-oriented way of healing and being in the world and in our bodies. I taught many group and private yoga classes, gave many healing sessions and began to run longer workshops and retreats in order to go deeper into the teachings and practices with interested students. Always, my concern has been how to bring these ancient methods into modern life in a way that is translatable and effective for dealing with our particular 21st-century challenges.
In 2014 I heard about a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist training being offered in NYC by a pioneer in the field, Franklyn Sills, and knowing this was a way to broaden and make more tangible the things I’d already been practicing, I jumped in wholeheartedly. BCST unites science, anatomy and spirituality, offering a template for healing that is universally connective, grounded in osteopathic method and utterly unique. It has allowed me to bring my yoga and somatic meditation experience into my relationships with clients. As sessions progress, I teach clients about the principles and dynamics of BCST so that a shared language develops and people can begin to access the powerful biodynamic forces that are always present in our lives, to whatever level they are interested. BCST has helped me overcome chronic pain, depression and anxiety, and to be more balanced and happy in all areas of my life. The work allows people to feel a level of quietude and support that is usually inaccessible to them, and to overcome difficulties that may seem insurmountable. To witness this process has brought me immense joy and inspires me to continue to train and study, so that I may be more effective in helping others.