Innate medicine practitioners believe that the whole person is made up of interdependent parts and if one part is not working properly, all the other parts will be affected. In this way, if people have imbalances (physical, emotional, or spiritual) in their lives, it can negatively affect their overall health.

Innate Therapies offers a wide range of Complementary Therapies, Workshops and Accredited Qualifications. The service that we provide is one that is dedicated to helping restore health and well-being through the balance of the Mind, Body and Soul.

All of the Therapists, Workshop Providers and Trainers work holistically and have a thorough understanding of the importance of looking after you both on the inside and out, it is something that we are very passionate about and is implemented into our own ongoing personal practice as well as part of our service to help guide and support our clients.

Each treatment is tailored for your best interest so you can be confident that you will get a personalized service that is beneficial, professional and relaxing. For a type of massage therapy that uses the calming properties of warmth to loosen tight muscles and improves the flow of energy in the body, many massage practitioners seek out innate therapy training. Some therapists also use innate therapy as a part of energy healing.

Innate therapy training is useful not just to massage therapists, but also for physical therapists, reflexologists, estheticians, and many other types of bodywork practitioners and spa workers. During a typical innate therapy massage session, the therapist first sanitizes and stones. Techniques used during stone therapy include massaging or stroking the body with a stone, or leaving stones at key points on the body such as the spine, the palms of the hands, and between the toes. Cold stones may be used on areas of inflammation or muscle injury. Sometimes, the practitioner may also administer a more traditional massage.

Innate therapy addresses a wide range of health issues, from physical concerns to emotional ones. Therapists combine their innate massage training, experience and patient health information to decide on the right path for treatment. With knowledge of the specific positioning recommendations and safety, innate massage therapists can help alleviate a number of conditions, including these:

  • Back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Edema or swelling
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Muscle tension and headaches
  • Sciatic nerve pain
  • Reduced circulation

Innate therapy massage is usually practiced by licensed innate therapists as a specialty technique. Massage therapist licensing is regulated in most states and may require a minimum number of training hours; be sure to check the laws in the state where you plan to practice. Certification by an industry group such as demonstrate that you have attained professional-level training. Specific certifications in innate therapy are also available, showing that you have completed innate therapy training.

Job prospects are very good for massage therapists and other practitioners with innate therapy training.  Many jobs are available in full-service salons, spas, physical therapy clinics, and other settings that offer a wide variety of bodywork treatments.

Innate therapy training can enhance the practice of massage therapists and body workers as well as personal care workers such as nail technicians. Innate therapy massage is a popular option at spas, resorts, wellness centers, and traditional massage therapy clinics, so if you plan to work in this type of setting, you may benefit from attending innate therapy workshop.