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Perfect-Touch Ball Therapy

Perfect-Touch Ball Therapy Can Help You

Perfect Touch Ball Therapy is a unique, non-invasive and effective modality that can be performed on the entire body while the recipient remains fully clothed. This thorough technique uses guided breath work, color visualization and specifically designed balls of different sizes, textures and colors.

The balls are strategically maneuvered to impact the body’s energy centers, meridians and pressure points, moving under the circular pressure of the practitioner’s hand and massaging the recipient from head to toe, addressing tight muscles, contracted ligaments, stress-induced nodules and trigger points.

The objective of Perfect Touch Ball Therapy is to stimulate healing, using a holistic approach to create deep relaxation. It doesn’t just benefit the recipient; it’s also designed to stimulate acupuncture points in the practitioner’s hands, thereby creating a harmonious atmosphere of therapy and healing for both parties.

Dr. Maxine McLean

The human body is designed to respond to touch. The skin is our largest sensory organ, with a huge number of receptors. When these receptors are stimulated, feel-good neurotransmitters (chemicals) such as serotonin are sent to the brain, soothing nerves, relieving anxiety and promoting better sleep.

What Clients Say...

Dr. Oksana Sawiak

My first experience with Perfect-touch ball Therapy™ was very pleasant indeed. It felt like I had had a deep tissue massage without the excruciating pain I’d had to endure to get its benefits.”

Karen Clouter

Following the session, I felt lighter, like I had lost quite a bit of weight. Cold symptoms were not so strong, my sinuses were clearer and head is much clearer as well I felt like I was floating. Left knee had less pain when walking right after the treatment with no pain in my joints.

“Your Perfect-touch Ball Therapy™ is very relaxing and it is better than the regular hand massage therapy. I fell asleep after the treatment and felt very relaxed. Well done Maxine!”

Dr. George Grant

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