Bach Flower Remedies
Dr. Edward Bach, an English Doctor in the 1920’s-1930’s, observed the link between emotional imbalance and illness. From this observation he developed a system of 38 flower essence remedies and made them available for any household. Rescue Remedy is the most well known combination of these remedies.
A mix of remedies is chosen and most often ingested orally via a tincture, creating an inner harmony and emotional balance that supports our wellbeing. Each session consists of a one-to-one conversation as to understand the emotional needs of the client at the particular time and a the creation of a tincture specific to that client.
These remedies are forms of vibrational medicine, and can be taken by anyone along with any medication currently been taken. They have no risk of addiction or overdosing.
Biodynamic Cranial Sacral Therapy
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle hands-on therapy that connects with the inner rhythms of the fluids that surround your nervous system running from the coccyx (tailbone) to the brain. Through the awareness of these rhythms, the inherent self healing that we all intuitively hold is activated, creating balance in the fluids, tissues and bones of the whole human body/system. When these are balanced, emotional balance is also activated.
In a session, the Client is fully clothed and usually lies on the message table while hands are lightly placed in different areas on the body from the feet to the head.
Acupuncture is one of the five modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Other modalities that are available with your acupuncture treatment include cupping, guasha, Tui Na, herbal medicine, and Gua Sha.
Community acupuncture is offered in a comfortable group setting once a week on Tuesdays from 3-6 p.m. for $35. We recommend booking in advance if you need a particular time slot as community acupuncture is offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Our acupuncturist is also available by appointment to specialize in any of the modalities listed above. Please email for availability.
From opening the doors to their first Bikram Studio on Flatbush Avenue, Jessica always imagined additional ways of supporting the community by expanding the transformative process that is begun on the mat with your yoga practice. Jessica ventured into the world of healing twenty years ago, studying Bach Flower Remedies and becoming a certified reflexologist. In 2010 Jessica became an RN and just recently completed her BSN in Holistic Nursing.
Jessica offers Bach Flower and Biodynamic Cranial Sacral therapy with a deep belief that these two modalities offer a healing transformation in both physical and mental states. The synthesis of these two modalities leads to a more peaceful, balanced life.
Maryam is a Registered Nurse and a Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of New York. She is also a Nationally Certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, which includes Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), the most advanced level of certification available. She has studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and Holistic Nursing at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and holds a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. As a Registered Nurse, Maryam has worked in many New York City hospitals, mostly in ER, but also in Pediatric, Psychiatric and Neo-Natal ICU.
Maryam has also studied Cranio-Sacral Therapy with the Life Energy Institute and is currently finishing the Polarity Therapy Practitioner Training program. She has attended Shiatsu classes at Mother Hand Center, and Classical Acupuncture workshops at the China Town Wellness Center.