Stress exists. If you are a living, breathing human on this planet, you will experience stress. There is no way around it. Yet, stress can show up in different ways. It can show up in healthy ways (new job, first date, travel) or not-so-healthy ways (traffic, deadlines, losses). Regardless, stress is not the easiest to navigate, largely due to the body’s natural reactions designed to keep us safe no matter the nature of the stimulus. Have you ever noticed how after you encounter a stressful circumstance, i.e. barely dodging a car accident or nearly dropping something made of value and breakable, that your bodies innate response is to take a deep breath once the potential threat has passed? Or as soon as you do something “big and significant” like giving a presentation or having a hard conversation, that once it’s over, you literally breathe a sigh of relief? Same goes for when you meet someone who is uplifting and enjoyable to be around; you might describe that person and their energy as a “breath of fresh air!” Breath not only gives life through delivering essential oxygen to the body’s cells for fuel and removing carbon dioxide, it also helps to restore the body and mind to a state of balance when stressful experiences “take our breath away!”

Fear, danger and excitement are are all digested in the same way on a physiological level. The sympathetic nervous system comse to our aid with responses that prepare us for action. Stress responses are gifts, even if they don’t necessarily feel that way while in the midst of experiencing them. Adrenaline tells the heart to speed up so that enough blood and oxygen can be pumped to the tissues, especially muscle tissue that is required to effectively move you to action. Heart rate and breathing also kick up a few notches to help supply oxygen to the brain so you have better capacity for navigating the immediate threat, whether it’s real or perceived. All these are good, right?

Well, to an extent. If the stimuli are constant and never balanced with restoration and rejuvenation, it will be a detriment to overall health down the line. Think about it, it takes a lot of energy to maintain persistent action! As we live in a world that is constantly moving and going and racing at such a fast pace, your brain and body are aware and working so hard to keep you safe and alive through all the twists, turns and detours that present themselves.

So how does this translate into your health and wellbeing? Headaches, agitation, anxiety, insomnia, neck and shoulder tension and poor digestion are all signals that your health is being affected negatively by stress.

The great news is, you have two powerful tools readily available to you during times of stress.

Breath & Massage.

When you’re stressed, your breath becomes shallow, meaning that instead of inhaling deeply (feeling your ribs and belly expand), your inhales are limited to the upper chest and neck area; the purpose being for efficiency. Your brain is always seeking out ways to accomplish tasks as efficiently as possible that breathing during stress is no exception. Overtime, your fast paced and shallow breathing can lead to overused and overstressed neck and upper chest muscles… as well as headaches, neck and shoulder tension.

Receiving massage and other bodywork such as acupuncture, Reiki, cupping and more – are of course beneficial in simply receiving, but the mots profound healing occurs when the client can consciously breathe during the session.

Breathwork during these sessions can help to cultivate deep breathing, helping to soften those previously mentioned overworked neck and shoulder muscles (as well as the rest of the body), and help to also trigger the parasympathetic nervous system (where your body can rest and digest). Think of the muscles being able to better respond to touch as if butter under a heat lamp – literally melting! This aids in better sleep, better digestion, less tension and more peace of mind after a massage using deep breath as a healing tool.

Try This Exercise! 

The positive benefits you receive from a massage can be prolonged with very simple, daily breathing practice between sessions.  

1. Get comfortable, either sitting in a chair with your feet in solid connection with the floor, or lie down on your back with your arms at your sides, palms facing up. Feel free to use a small rolled towel under the curve of your neck, as well as a pillow under your knees to create the most comfort possible. Close your eyes. 

2. Start by not changing anything about your breathing. The first step to changing anything is to notice it as it currently is. What do you notice? When you inhale, where does the breath stop before turning around to be exhaled? In the chest? The rib cage? The abdomen? This could also be a good time to notice any slight shaking, sweating, elevated heart rate, clenching in the jaw, etc. Be in tune with your nervous system responses as they are in the present moment.

3. Place both of your hands over the upper chest and clavicles. Feel the rise and fall of this area as you inhale and exhale. Do this for 3–5 rounds of breath. 

4. Next, place your hands on each side of your rib cage, palms resting on the ribs and fingertips pointing toward each other (toward the midline of your body). Notice the expansion and contraction of your rib cage, front to back and side to side. How much movement is there? Breathe normally, simply observing without judgment, for another 3–5 breaths. 

5. Place your hands over your abdomen. Notice it ebb and flow as well. Or, notice if it isn’t moving much at all. This is common, so again, no judgement. Repeat for 3–5 rounds of breath. 

6. Now, begin to choose your breath. Each time you inhale, envision drawing the breath deep into your belly, so your belly expands up into your hands. As you exhale, gently use your abdominal muscles to lightly squeeze the air back up and out of your nose. Practice this for 3–5 rounds of breath. 

7. Return your palms again to each side of your rib cage. As you inhale, expand the breath into your entire rib cage area. The ribs can expand front to back and side to side. Fill the vast space of your rib cage with life-giving air. Exhale, and use your rib cage (along with your abdominals) to gently press the air back out of your nose. Repeat for 3–5 breaths. 

8. Finally, return your hands to the upper chest and clavicle area. As you continue directing your breath down into the fullness of your rib cage and belly, notice if anything has changed in the upper chest and neck. Does this area move less? More freely? With less tension? Observe for a final 3–5 rounds. 

9. To bring the practice to completion, simply return your arms to your sides, palms face up, and notice your overall being. Likely you might feel as though you have released thoughts about your day, what you have to do this week, what you didn’t get done yesterday, etc. You might experience feelings of calm, relaxation or even sleepy. Or on the opposite side of the spectrum, you may feel energized and rejuvenated, ready to get up and continue on with the day!

Either way, through these simple breathing techniques, you can literally shift your state of being by using your breath to slow the heart rate, release muscle tension and calm hyperactivity.

Such a simple but powerful practice of breath.

By combining the breath with being present during your sessions, you will induce a state of health and well-being, needed to help restore your vital physiological functions.

Ready to relax?

At your next booking for massage, acupuncture, cupping or Reiki at Heal. in Altamonte Springs, let us know that you would like to incorporate breath work into your session.

All it takes to bring your body back into balance and wellbeing is the breath. Not only will you help to reduce the symptoms of chronic stress, it’s a beautiful and free “add-on” to include in your next massage or other body work session at Heal.

When you choose to consciously breathe positive, fresh air into the body, you then become a breath of positive, fresh air to everyone around you. That’s the beauty of the breath.

Let us know if you have any questions regarding breath work.

Note that all of the yoga classes offered at Heal. also incorporate some form of breath work (pranayama) into each class to help increase the overall relaxation response and so that you too can use the breath in daily life to ease your mind, calm your body and open your heart.

We’re here for you!

407-300-5364

Healing at your Fingertips?
Pure Bio-Energy Healing

What is it?
Pure bioenergy healing has been used for thousands of years in many cultures. It is considered a
form of alternative healing. Bioenergy healing begins with using your own body and universal
energy for healing. It does not require anything special; in fact, anyone, with the right training,
can learn how to heal using energy, and anyone is able to accept healing from others. Since we
are all made of pure energy, our bodies can tune in to this healing energy. Even animals can
accept this healing energy!

How Does it Work?
Bioenergy healing is based on re-balancing the body’s natural energy field. A bioenergy therapist
acts as a channel and conductor for universal energy. Techniques are applied to balance, align,
and clear blockages on a person’s energy field. “Pure bioenergy restores and balances
bioenergetic information to activate the body’s own innate healing mechanisms.” The body
harnesses this energy and begins to heal physical, emotional, or mental blockages that may be
causing pain, illness, or disease.

We are all Energy.
In a world full of waves and matter, everything breaks down to energy. Ever felt like someone
has a “vibe?” Well, everything is made of vibrating energy fields . The world, including
ourselves, are influenced by the energy fields of others, which includes their thoughts, feelings,
and “vibes” a.k.a. energy vibrations. Since we are influenced by the world’s energy vibrations,
our bodies are able to accept and connect with bioenergy healing. Strong energy can influence
weak energy within ourselves.

So, does it Really Work?
Of course, it does! This healing method has been around for thousands of years, and for a good
reason, too. It is 100% safe and natural. There are many testimonials from bioenergy consumers,
including bioenergy healing helping conditions like allergies, arthritis, lower back pain, and
more.

How Can You Experience Pure BioEnergy?
Schedule a session at Heal. with Maria, a Pure BioEnergy Practitioner, in Altamonte Springs and Winter Park, Florida. She will further explain to you the intricate details of your session on a case by case basis. Click here to schedule, if you have any questions do not hesitate to email us at info@heal407.com. We hope to see you!

1 Pure Bioenergy. 2019. https://www.healingbioenergy.com/what-is-purebioenergy/

2 Heal.ie. 2019. https://www.heal.ie/how-does-bioenergy-healing-work.html

3 Bioenergy Healing and Beyond. 2019. http://www.bioenergyhealingandbeyond.com/bioenergy_healing

Written and sourced by Amber Mercer, 2020

Migraines can be debilitating. Every migraine sufferer usually takes some form of medication to help control the pain. Those medications can range from over the counter to abortive.

A natural way to manage the stress and pain from migraines that not so many people seek out is massage. As a holistic therapy, massage helps to relieve muscle spasms, improve blood flow, relieves tension and promotes relaxation. Studies have shown that massage brings relief for both tension and vascular headaches. At Heal. in Altamonte Springs, we’re able to treat migraines through massage technique, essential oils, sound therapy and more.

Muscle Spasms or Tension:  Massage in the neck and shoulder regions can help to relax taught bands of tissue, loosening  the sub-occipitals (those muscles attached to the base of the skull),  which cause pain through tension that travels up through the back of the head and into the eye areas.

Hormone Regulation:  Hormonal chemical changes often trigger migraines. Cortisol, commonly known as the stress hormone, can be controlled by massage therapy, which also increases endorphin production as well as stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system.

Decrease Trigger Point Pain: Neuromuscular therapy, also known as trigger point therapy, targets hyper-irritable, tender, tissue areas that can refer pain to other parts of the body.

Improved Circulation: Massage has been shown to increase blood flow, which in turn improves oxygen levels and can help reduce pain over time.

We want to elaborate on the specific release techniques can include the sub-occipital release.  When this is performed, clients often feel the need to hold their heads up, believing they need to help the therapist when in actuality their relaxing into the therapist’s fingers will actually help the release.  By relaxing the head and neck, the therapist is able to feel the tension in the soft tissue break down and the clients head will slowly lower towards the table.  Sometimes this technique is done more than one time to allow other tension areas to relax.  Once the head lowers to the table easily, then the therapist knows the tissue is relaxed and can move on to other areas. 

This is just one of the many ways in which you’re able to experience migraine relief at Heal. Don’t let the pain of a headache or strain in your eyes prevent you from living or reducing your quality of life.

Massage can be effective in some people and can relieve migraines. However, it’s important to consult your doctor before undergoing massage therapy to relieve migraines in order to keep yourself protected against any unseen side effects.

Let us know if you have any questions or comment down below how massage therapy has helped your migraines!


The common denominator throughout all of Heal. is stress relief. No matter what you are here for, chances are that you are looking to relax, manage pain or reduce tension and stress levels. Whether you’re popping in for a salt booth session for respiratory relief, Light & Sound Therapy for your brain massage, massage to help reduce pain or yoga to help open up all tense or tight areas of the body – you’ll notice a huge difference in your physical, mental and emotional state of being. 

If you live in Central Florida, you know that driving to and from point A to point B can at times be so stressful, causing your body to lock up and brace whenever traffic hits your commute or when someone cuts you off. Little known fact is that stress stays in the body long after you’ve experienced what brought you stress, meaning that you’re literally carrying way more, unnecessary stress than you should be!

When was the last time you took even just an HOUR for yourself? My intention behind creating Heal. and “baby” Heal. in Winter Park is for self-care to be accessible, time wise and financially.

The benefits of combining self-care at Heal. are endless, but the most important benefit is you’ll be shifted into “parasympathetic” nervous system with no trouble after your bundle of sessions.

What exactly IS the “parasympathetic” state? It’s also known as the REST and DIGEST mode, which is the environment your body (physical, energetic & mental) can heal in. It’s always about creating the environment for your body to heal that is such a key component in your journey.

All of the services at Heal. (aside from hour yoga class or hour long massage) are 15 minutes or less, meaning that on top of the benefits and healing you receive from each individual service, grouped together you’ll be left floating on your way home.

Make most of your time at Heal., whether in Altamonte Springs or Winter Park, through our Self-Care Service Sampler Pack found here. By clicking here you’ll learn about each individual service and then you will be able to choose from 3 that your are called to the most!

All services must be done in the same day for you to truly feel the shifts we mentioned briefly above.

  • Manage your stress levels better
  • Reduce overall tension and pain in the body
  • Increase your sense of wellbeing
  • Experience more joy in life
  • Feel gratitude for all that you have in life
  • Learn about natural ways to take care of yourself
  • Create the habit of putting YOU first
  • Feel your best when fully relaxed and present


Any questions you have, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our phone line (407-300-5364) and email (info@heal407.com) are ALWAYS open for you.

“Self-care is the act of loving kindness to yourself.”

It can be easy to get carried away with the inevitable and at times unavoidable stress that comes with the Holiday’s. I’m sure that you can think of just about a million things left to do on your Holiday to do list, but have you put YOU on that list?

Does stress somehow manage to sneak it’s way in to your holiday excitement? If so, you’re not alone! Even in times where you’re having fun, adding extra activities and commitments to an already full plate can really be stressful. Just remember, in the midst of all the holiday hustle and bustle it’s important to take care of yourself!

It’s never fun to try to shop with family, bake cookies with your little ones or sing holiday carols when you’re feeling run down, sick or tired. The joyful Holiday spirit comes a little bit easier when you have your emotional and energetic tank full. It feels good to give from a full cup!

The best part of self-care through the Holiday Season? It’s accessible, easy and inexpensive. Gradually doing simple things throughout your days can significantly boost your overall wellbeing. At Heal. in Altamonte Springs and Winter Park, we are here for you every step of the merry way of this Holiday Season. Here are some self-care tips to help boost personal well-being this season.

1) Breathe. Allow yourself to take deep, cleansing breaths as many times as you need throughout the day, they help you to relax the body, mind and spirit!

2) Know your priorities. Remember what’s most important to you to help overcome feelings of overwhelm. Give yourself permission to finish the most important things first to create a sense of peace – then any extra time can go towards satisfying the rest of your Holiday demands.

3) Give from a full cup. Like we mentioned earlier, you can’t give your best when you’re feeling your worst. Make a point to do something nourishing for yourself. It can be as simple as a warm cup of tea every night before bed or a relaxation massage at Heal.

4) Take a “YOU” day. We made this one easy for you all. *wink* Join us for a Relaxation STAY-Cation here in Altamonte Springs on Saturday December 7th. This “YOU” day is exactly what you deserve. Click here to learn more.

5) Practice Presence. No matter what you’re working on throughout the day, especially if the kids are home or you’re stuck in traffic on the way back from holiday shopping – allow yourself to pause, notice and bring awareness to all of the experiences happening within you and outside of you. The color on the trees, the smell in the air, the temperature of the sun, etc.

6) Listen to Your Body. So many people ignore or override their body’s signals. Really listen to the cues your body gives you during the added stress of the Holiday season. You know YOU best. Hungry? Eat! Sleepy? Sleep! Cranky? Do yoga! See? Simple!

7) LAUGH! Laughter is such healing medicine. Now a days during the holiday season, there are plenty of funny Holiday/or not holiday themed movies to choose from! Call up your funniest friend and just allow yourself to be silly and let loose, even for a little while! Sing, dance, rejoice!

8) Allow yourself to receive healing. Self-care means paying attention to more than how much you eat or exercise. It also requires paying attention to thoughts and feelings. Optimal health means functioning at your best in all areas of life – physically, mentally, emotionally!

9) Give with Gratitude. Just saying “thank you” to yourself or to the world around you can instantly shift you from a state of STRESS into a state of PEACE. The best way to counteract any lower feelings is to give. Give with Gratitude and kindness. Here are some ways for you to GIVE the gift of relaxation this year.

If your holiday season becomes overwhelming, stressful, fast paced or just hectic in general – know that you, too, have a choice in setting clear boundaries, spending time with yourself through acts of self-care and honoring YOU. Practice self-compassion, gratitude and an open heart and all will be well.

Wishing you a happy Holiday season from all of us here at Heal.

You’re tired.


It’s a Sunday night and feeling vaguely cranky to find yourself working on what’s supposed to be a day of rest. But it needs to get done, so you push through.


You can’t seem to figure out why ideas that once flowed so effortlessly to you suddenly have dried up.


We know taking breaks is a scientifically proven method for regaining our focus, sharpness and motivation. But taking a walk or a reading break in the middle of a workday? Are we able to allow ourselves to do so without judgment and with compassion?


Aside from taking daily breaks, when was the last time that you allowed yourself a day of… NOTHING?


Doing nothing from time to time, or choosing a day out of the week to rest, play, create or just sit on the couch is absolutely necessary to your mental health.


There’s no way that we can continuously push and strive and grow and DO without experiencing some type of burnout – whether physical or emotional.

Taking mental health breaks/days are necessary to help improve and maintain your mental state!

It’s a loving act to yourself when you allow time to recharge your physical and emotional batteries to avoid having a decrease in your state of being while keeping you performing at your best and most productive self.


While taking full days off may not always be feasible, a way to improve and maintain your mental health is to simply disconnect from the world and spend time with yourself.


1 hour a day.

That’s a great place to start.


Yoga, meditation, massage, journaling, salt therapy, light and sound therapy, binge-watching your favorite TV series, cooking with your family, etc.. are all wonderful and fulfilling ways to disconnect from time to time.


You allow the focus to move from thinking about all the stressors in life to now feeling how you feel in this present moment – whether you are alone or with friends or loved ones.


It’s time you nourish yourself. Bring yourself back to becoming WHOLE.

No more feeling overworked, overwhelmed or overstressed. Time to take the power back into your own hands.


After all, you cannot be your best self and beacon of light when you aren’t putting yourself first!


That’s why Heal. is here for you.


To help you become familiar with the goodness that follows when you allow yourself a break.


Join us at Heal. in Altamonte Springs for an opportunity to rest, recharge, refuel.


Chances are, there is something here for everyone (yes, including you).


Come check us out off of 436 and Ronald Reagan to discover a new world of YOU.


A YOU that can better handle stress.


A YOU that has more patience.


A YOU that responds instead of reacting.


A YOU that is WHOLE.


We are here for you!

Chances are, you or someone you know has experienced carpal tunnel before.
At times, people don’t always know what brought on their carpal tunnel syndrome, but it can happen due to a few different things:

If you have carpal tunnel syndrome and don’t get it treated, its symptoms can last a long time, get worse, and can even go away and return. When it’s diagnosed early, it’s easier to treat.
At Heal. in Altamonte Springs, we can help treat your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Massage and MPS Therapy (which is also considered to be needle-less acupuncture!)
Carpal tunnel syndrome is sharp, painful and persistent but massages can definitely help! During massage, your massage therapist will begin to promote gentle blood flow flowing properly and gently to the parts of your hand, wrist and areas of sharp pain with a variety of hand massage techniques to alleviate the pain.
Although carpal tunnel affects your hands and wrists, it’s common to also be experiencing alignment issues and soreness around the shoulders, neck and back. With every massage you experience at Heal. in Altamonte Springs, your massage therapist will generally treat those areas of the body as well.
Massage focused on treating carpal tunnel will reduce the inflammation and remove the metabolic residues that are irritating the muscles and tendons in the carpal tunnel!
Another way in which we are able to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is through MPS Therapy. This form of holistic therapy is also known as Needle-Less acupuncture because it runs off of the same microcurrents and meridians as traditional acupuncture.
MPS Therapy treats carpal tunnel at its source by increasing blood circulation to the hand and wrist area including the median nerve. This is how MPS Therapy is able to reduce the swelling and inflammation that causes the pain, numbness, tingling, and other symptoms of carpal tunnel. MPS Therapy also addresses any headaches, neck pain, shoulder stiffness and sleeping problems that may accompany this condition.
If carpal tunnel has got you down and you wish to find relief from this consistent and frustrating pain, do not hesitate to give us a call at 407-300-5364 or email us at info@heal407.com to schedule!
You are meant to live a life free from pain, we are here to help.
#AllTheHeals

The more you float the better it gets! Every float session is unique and two floats are never the same.
Float therapy is a great healing tool and can help with the following:

  • Release of endorphins aka your body’s natural pain killers
  • Release of stress
  • Increased relaxation
  • Personal and spiritual growth
  • Best environments for the deepest meditation
  • Releases pain from back injuries
  • Eases fibromyalgia
  • Improves skin conditions
  • Detoxifies the system
  • Aids in weight loss
  • Increases creativity and taps into imagination
  • Helps recovery from phobias, addictions and depression
  • Regulates sleeping patterns
  • 1 hour of floating stimulates 4 hours of sleep!

What effects does floating have on the body?


Unlike simply floating in a pool, float therapy in a float tank is a wonderful way of attaining the deepest relaxation – it has been said that just one hour of floating can have the restorative effect of four hours of deep sleep.


Floating is a great way of attaining the deepest sense of stillness and relaxation. One hour of floating has the same restorative effects of four hours of deep REM sleep.


The body balances and heals internally as all the senses are resting in a gravity-free environment! Research has shown that floating reduces blood pressure and heart rate while lowering the levels of stress-related chemicals in your body, how cool is that?


All types of aches and pains, especially in the spine, are relieved as floating helps to circulate blood more freely throughout the body.


Did you know that epsom salt (aka magnesium sulfate) has been used for thousands of years as a treatment for aches, pain and skill ailments? Pools do not carry this important component and therefore the stress relieving benefits are few to none in typical pools.


Magnesium sulfate is incredibly healing and vital to health and wellbeing. Most people have a deficiency in this mineral that is used in over 300 enzymatic functions.


It is also necessary for the proper functioning of the brain and nervous system. Supplementation through the skin while floating is the best way to absorb magnesium due to the large amount of magnesium sulfate dissolved in the water.


Not only that, but the float tank offers a sense of relaxation.


As you’re completely isolated, you’re given the ultimate ‘me time’.


You are in total isolation, with nothing to see, hear, or feel. In this state your conscious mind will switch off and your brain will easily reach the ‘Alpha State’ (relaxed, calm, lucid, not thinking).


Research has shown that some experienced floatees have had their brainwaves measured while floating and it was found that they had reached the ‘Theta State’, a very deep state of relaxation, similar to those a Tibetan Monk trains for years to achieve.


At Heal. in Altamonte Springs we aspire to bring the Central Florida community complete relaxation.

Not only through massage, dry salt therapy and yoga.. but with float therapy as well!


If you’re ready to take the power back into your hands, feel your best and BE your very best – don’t hesitate to reach out to us.


To learn more about how Float Therapy can help YOU, give us a call at 407-300-5364

Energy healing is a holistic practice that activates the body’s subtle energy systems to remove blocks. By breaking through these energetic blocks, the body’s inherent ability to heal itself is stimulated.


Ancient cultures have studied the body’s energy centers for thousands of years!


There are different ways in which to promote the flow of energy through reiki, chakra healing (which, if you are interested in learning more we have created a Chakra Course here for you!)


Reiki is the Japanese tradition of energy healing, and it dates back to the early 20th century.


Chakras, the seven energy transmission centers of the body, are described in ancient Hindu texts. They govern different areas of our bodies and if blocked or stagnant can produce stress and ailments in our physical and mental bodies.


Meridians, the energy pathways of the body, are the road maps on which traditional Chinese medicine practitioners based acupuncture.


Although various ancient cultures used different modalities to stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal, they all saw internal energy as a powerful force of good.
At Heal. in Altamonte Springs, all of our practitioners are beautifully equipped with their own style of energy healing and would recommend an open mind and open heart as you go into sessions with them!


When is a good time to visit an energy healer? Pretty much ANY TIME!


If you are stressed, anxious, or physically drained, an energy healing session can help you relax and feel more balanced. And if you’re
already feeling good, it’s always possible to feel a little better! It’s important to note that energy healing is a complementary modality that shouldn’t exclude any Western medicine you may be taking.


The best part is, energy healing is totally accessible.


You don’t need to be spiritual to receive energy healing. The power of intention causes energy to flow to where it’s most needed.


Dr. Joshua Jackson is our wonderful Acupuncturist that can help provide pain relief.This modality stimulates the flow of chi to rebalance the body.
Reflexology is another modality that frees up blocked energy and promotes healing by stimulating the meridians, organs, and systems through points on the feet, hands, and ears.


Lastly, massage is a great energy healing practice, for it releases tension in the muscles, encourages the flow of lymph, and allows for deep relaxation.
If you’re ready to try out an energy healing session, give us a call at 407-300-5364 or email us at info@heal407.com to schedule your session!

Needleless acupuncture is used to create balance within the patterns of energy in the human body.


When there is a disruption, certain vital organs and systems receive too much energy, while others do not get enough.


This imbalance can cause different health issues and conditions and that is why modern medicine is looking at acupuncture as a reliable form of treatment.
Acupuncture restores balance to the body, enabling it to heal itself and function as it should. It builds resistance to illness and diseases in the body, and provides a higher state of health and well-being.

MPS Therapy uses devices called the Dolphin that uses micro currents in the body to promote the nervous system to tap into the parasympathetic state, the state in which your body is able to rest and digest! This current is also recognizable by our body allowing the system to work at a cellular level helping to heal and repair scar tissue, nerve interference and stagnant Qi .


Here are some of the many benefits of MPS Therapy (Aka needless acupuncture which is a service provided at Heal. in Altamonte Springs):

  • Relief from insomnia or sleep disturbances caused by mental health issues or medication
  • Clearing of scar tissue aiding in better mobility throughout the body
  • Great for muscular and neurological disorders such as headaches, chest pain, facial tics, neck pain, frozen shoulder, tendinitis, tennis elbow, lower back pain, osteoarthritis, sciatica, and more
  • Relief from digestive disorders such as hyper-acidity, constipation, spastic colon, diarrhea, gastritis, etc.
  • Treatment for disorders of the respiratory system including sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma, sore throat, recurrent chest infections
  • Treatment for urinary, menstrual, and reproductive issues
  • Better concentration, short-term memory retention, and decisiveness
  • Reduced headaches and ringing in the ears
  • Reduced pain in the face, ears, and jaw when yawning or chewing

This therapy is safe to use on all ages, body types and provide relief to where you need it in the body. Excited to try this out for yourself? Give us a call at 407-300-5364 to get more information or to schedule your first MPS Therapy session with us at Heal. in Altamonte Springs!