What Is the Raindrop Technique?
Raindrop technique is a powerful technique using Young Living essential oils that was developed by Dr. Gary Young in the 1980s. It combines several modalities to bring balance and transformation. It also supports body systems on a physical and emotional level. This technique involves applying therapeutic grade essential oils to the spine, neck, and feet. The session last about an hour, however the benefits may last up to a week or more.
Dr. Young found that combining several holistic techniques, described below, created a synergistic effect for the body. The three modalities that combine to form Raindrop Technique are:
Raindrop Therapy technique uses seven single essential oils, two blends, and one essential oil massage blend during the session. It is congruent with the French application of aromatherapy where essential oils are applied NEAT (undiluted) to the body.
- Vita flex Technique
Vita flex was brought to the us in the 1920s by Stanley Burroughs. It is an ancient Tibetan methodology meaning ‘vitality through the reflexes. Its theory is based on the fact that slight pressure applied to the body creates an electric charge that is therapeutic to the body. This is known as piezoelectric.
- Feather stroking
This is similar to a massage term technique called effleurage. But this technique was actually termed by the Native American Indians.
“If you want to relax, watch the clouds pass by if you’re laying on the grass, or sit in front of the creek; just doing nothing and having those still moments is what really rejuvenates the body…”.