Jan Marini Research, Inc -
As an Esthetician, I am interested in offering the finest clinical line of skin care products for my clients in order to produce the maximum and sometimes dramatic improvements in skin possible. For these reasons I have personally and professionally used and recommended Jan Marini Research, Inc. skin care for many years.
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IMANI Naturals -
Organic & wild crafted Essential Oils
The same organic Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils used by Aromatic Massage & Skin Care are available on site as well as online. To order Online you may go to ImaniNatural.com Free of charge Consultation and instruction for the use as well as; benefits of essential oils and aromatherapy available at Aromatic Massage & Skin Care upon request.
LIGHT/SOUND TECHNOLOGY FOR STRESS REDUCTION
The science of auditory and visual stimulation
Auditory and visual stimulation (AVS) is a method of personal development that has evolved over more than two decades from the study and use of biofeedback; a training procedure that can enable a person to alter physiological responses to induce a desired state of mind.
However, the application of AVS is quite distinct from biofeedback. In biofeedback, the object for the individual is to deliberately try to calm or train mental activity. With AVS, passive inducement occurs without the conscious effort of the individual. The frequencies of light and sound can be utilized for relaxation or stimulation purposes without the side-effects associated with other common approaches.
How AVS works
The induction into higher arousal states induced by higher frequencies of our special, broad-spectrum white LED lights is theorized to provide enhanced mental activity, which can result in cognitive improvement. The induction to lower states of mental activity through specific lower frequency rates has been found to reduce feelings of anxiety and stress thereby promoting feelings of calmness and deep relaxation, allowing the mind to operate more efficiently with greater clarity.
How AVS technology is applied
Auditory and visual stimulation is introduced primarily through the optic nerve and ears by means of computerized technology. This technology is applied to the individual through the use of specially designed glasses inset with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) set at specific angles and distances from the eye to optimize desired effect.
These lights flash at predetermined frequencies, and are coupled with specific tones that are received through headphones. The light emitting from the glasses and rate of the flicker introduced by way of the optic nerve creates a matching effect, or induction, between the mind and the set rate of flickering, thereby moving the mind to either more energetic or into deeply relaxing states. Frequencies are determined by the preferred outcome.
Frequency Following Response
The induction method by which this occurs is known as Frequency Following Response (FFR). Through this natural response mechanism, the mind matches the corresponding visual and auditory stimulus. Two common examples demonstrating a typical relaxation response are when gazing into a gently flickering flame, or the effect of soothing music upon the listener. To try the MindSpa click on the button below.