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Seeking a Hot Stone Massage Professional? These kits are for the serious Therapist and are recommended for self healers.

Practitioners Hot Stone Massage Kit 54 $250.00
Practitioners Basic Hot Stone Massage Kit 22 $170.00
Practitioners Gem Crystal Hot Stone Massage Kit $120.00
Earth Crystal Stone Energiser Pack $50.00
Mini Earth Crystal Stone Energiser Pack $15.00
Hand Carved Wooden Stone Warmer $15.00
Stone Cleanser $15.00
Gem Chest - felt lined $20.00
Satin Chakra Colour Pouch $15.00
Volcanic Ash & Rock $25.00
Hydroflexology Protection Mat $4.00
Energy Stone $15.00
Bamboo Bench Pad $5.00
Mit $4.00
Ladle $5.00

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PROFESSIONAL CHAKRA & COLOUR THERAPY HOT STONE Tumbled Gem & Crystal THERAPY KIT.
Important: Vary in colour and size from generic photo.

The Twenty-Two (22) Professional Gems and Crystals Hot Stone Massage Therapy Kit come with instructions.

[7] Moonstone/Quartz/Amethyst Gems
[1] Fluorite Crystal
[6] Basalt Neck, Scalp & Face Stones [Boxed - with secret opening]
[7] Colour Therapy Crystals [Boxed - with felt lined Gem Chest]Red Jasper, Carnelian, Golden Tiger Eye, Green Aventurine, Soladite, Blue Tiger Eye, Amethyst - Light.
[1] Quartz Balancing Stone
[1] Obsidan - Snowflake Balancing Stone

Bonus: All gems can be used as Infusion Stones as well.

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Hot Stone Massage Kit+ Tibetan Singing Bowl + Lotus Pod

These Gems and Crystals are typically used in Hydrotherapy Massage. The perfect companion to Hot Stone Massage.

Singing Bowls of Tibet
The caravan routes of Asia not only transported goods for trade, but also served to spread knowledge and religion. Shamans travelled south via Mongolia and Buddhism crossed the Himalayas from India to the North.

Shamanism and Buddhism came together in Tibet. The secret of the Singing Bowl was revealed to Buddhism by the Shamans who used the sound and vibrations of the bowls to clear energy blockages in the body and to purify their living areas.

Traditionally the bowls contain up to 7 metals, one metal for each of the planets: Gold - Sun, Silver - Moon, Mercury - Mercury, Copper - Venus, Iron - Mars, Tin - Jupiter, Lead - Saturn. Each of these metals produces an individual sound. The actual proportions of the different alloys vary in each bowl creating a unique harmony. Learn to feel the sound....

This is not a mass produced kit that you can purchase via bookstores and gift shops. It is a genuine professional kit. Each stone is hand selected. Make sure that you read all feedback prior to any Hot Stone Massage Kit purchase.

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Hot Stone Massage Kit with Hematite Rune Set [Boxed]

Runes are an ancient Germanic alphabet, used for writing, divination and magick. They were used throughout northern Europe, Scandinavia, the British Isles, and Iceland from about 100 B.C.E. to 1600 C.E. Runic inscriptions of great age have even been found in North America, supporting stories that the Vikings arrived in the Americas long before Columbus.

Runes are an oracle from which one seeks advice. They work best if you detail your current circumstances and then ask a specific question. Rune readings are sometimes obscure. They hint toward answers, but you have to figure out the details. This is when the rune casters intuition becomes paramount. Some times the Runes "sing" to me, and their meaning becomes instantly clear.

Runic divination or "rune casting" is not "fortune telling" in the sense that one actually sees the future. Instead, runes give one a means of analyzing the path that one is on and a likely outcome. The future is not fixed. It changes with everything one does. If one does not like the prediction, one can always change paths.

Since ancient times, runes have been used for divination and magic, in addition to writing. The word "rune" actually means mystery, secret or whisper. Each rune has esoteric meanings and properties associated with it, beyond its mundane meaning and phonetic value. Each translates into a word or a phrase signifying concepts important to the early peoples who used them, representing the forces of nature and mind. Each rune has a story attached to it, a relationship to a Norse God.

Haematite is known as a "stone for the mind". It brings mental organization and is very grounding and calming. It helps with original thinking, logical thinking, and mathematics. It decreases negativity and can help balance the body/mind/spirit. Physically it has been used to keep the body cool, to decrease blood disorders, nervous problems and insomnia, as well as align the spine and mend broken bones. Haematite is associated with the root (base) chakra. Haematite is good at grounding out excess energy and acting as a stabilizing force.According to crystal healers and New Age believers, crystal and gem healing is an art and practice, done on a metaphysical level, that is being rediscovered because of the power of the earth's energies that have been absorbed by these sacred objects that, in turn, inherit vital healing powers used to heal many types of ailments.

They believe that crystals have physical, spiritual, spirit, crystal energy, tranquility, spiritual awareness, zodiac, powers that can be used for Eastern Medicine treatment of everything from pain, stress, depression, therapy and feeling in the Mind, Spirit and Body. Human cultures have long associated Haematite with blood because of the deep red colour of its streak. The root of the name Haematite is the Greek word for blood, haima. This has given rise to much of the healing myths that surround Haematite today. Physical Healing as mentioned above, mineral and crystal healers associate Haematite with blood and use it in their rituals for treating blood-related illnesses such as hemophilia, anemia, heart, kidney and liver diseases, cardio-vascular weakness, menstrual cramps, and nose bleeds.

They also recommend it for use in treating the stress of jet lag, birth and surgery, tumors, insomnia, leg cramps, nervous disorders and fevers. Haematite was also a Native American remedy for dental problems, pimples, canker sores and alcohol abuse. Mental Healing Crystal healers credit Haematite with the ability to bring about a calm mental state, improve memory, mental focus and concentration, bolster self-confidence, and increase the effectiveness of logical processes of the brain. Considered by followers of the New Age to be an excellent stone for treating mental stress, Haematite has a reputation for helping people bring order to mentally chaotic situations by drawing tension out of the body, neutralizing negativity and releasing anger. They also recognize its power for increasing mental function and believe it can improve memory, mathematical processes, logic, creativity and mental dexterity.

Finally, it is an excellent aid in meditation, recognized by healers for calming the mental state, tuning the consciousness and increasing the pathways that lead to innr knowledge.

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Hot Stone Massage Kit with Quartz Pendulum [Boxed]

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Hot Stone Therapy Kit with Shepherds Bell
In Buddhism, the bell represents Wisdom ("Prajna" in Sanskrit). It is held in the left hand during rituals, and it is also believed that the bell represents the female principle of the universe.

The bell has an elemental function and its sound, like those made by the trumpet and the drum, is regarded as auspicious; it is said to give protection. Like the church bell, the Buddhist bell sends the a universal message to protect and cleanse your space.

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Therapy Kit with Belly Dancing Scarf. Looking for Belly Dancing items?
Black Belly Dancing Scarf - lined with Silver Coins and Tassels.
The French named it "dance du ventre", or dance of the stomach. It is known in Greece as the cifte telli (also the name of a Turkish rhythm), in Turkey as rakkase and in Egypt as Raks Sharki. Middle Easterners also call it "dance orientale" to distinguish it from the "ballad", or country, dance. It developed through the influence of many different areas and continues its long process of development today. After its appearance at the Chicago Exposition at the turn of the century, Americans discovered it, and the French name, danse du ventre, was translated into the "belly dance". In this report, "oriental dance" and "belly dance" will be used interchangeably. "Eastern dance" as used here can include belly dance, Indian dance, or Persian dance.

This improvisational, and uncodified form of dance is, nonetheless, a form of dance distinctly different from the many forms of "folk dance" which developed in the same areas. Across borders and cultures, "belly dance" is recognized as a dance style of its own. There are several points that make oriental dance different from other dance forms and reveal its diverse heritage:

It has traditional associations with both religious and erotic elements. This ambiguity has caused belly dance to be disdained, scorned, and loved by many. Its apparent origins are the fertility cults of the ancient world.

People have always endowed their gods with human frailties, and thus these deities had to be appeased with the best of their possessions: the fruits of the field, the fatted calf, and even human beings. The fertility cult in particular existed in all ancient civilizations. The great Mother Goddess appears under different names such as Mylitta, Isis, Ashtoreth, Astarte, Ishtar, Aphrodite, Venus, Bhagvati, Parvati and Ceres. The function of these goddesses was reproductive, not just in the limited sense of human beings, but in the greater sense of the planet itself. They ensured the cycle of the seasons which regulated the growth of crops. They were responsible for the increase of livestock and the perpetuation of the race. The well being of the city and the countryside depended upon the goodwill of the regional mother goddess. None of these goddesses were celibate because it ran counter to their function. Neither were her priestesses necessarily expected to be celibate. Since the reproductive functions of the goddess were symbolized in the human female's reproductive organs, it must have seemed very natural to give the goddess the gift of a girl's service and virginity.

Thus began the practice of temple prostitutes, who were honoured citizens in their day and time. There is ample evidence in the writings of Socrates, Apollodorus, Plautus, Arnobius, Justin and Eusebius of sacred prostitution in the Middle East, West Asia, Greece, Cyprus, Egypt and North Africa. Girls might be sent to the temple as the result of a pious vow; sometimes it had a double aim, namely that of serving the deity while earning their marriage portions. Sacred dancing would also have been an integral part of their duties, particularly a type of dance which featured the abdomen, source of the Goddesses' fertility.

In Egypt today, it is still the custom for the bride and groom to hire a belly dancer for their wedding, and to take a picture with their hands on the belly dancer's stomach. This is an obvious reference to the dance's relation to ancient fertility cults. As if there were any doubt on this score, the dancer scholar and performer, Morocco, reports making the acquaintance of a Saudi Arabian woman who arranged for her to take part in a Berber tribal birthing ceremony, reminiscent of ancient times. (Morocco had to pretend to be the unfortunate mute serving girl of her benefactor in order to pass inspection.) The women gathered in a tent, while the men waited outdoors. A hollow was dug in the ground, where the mother-to-be sat. She was surrounded by concentric circles of women who danced with repeated abdominal movements while the woman gave birth.

If we follow this idea back to its roots, it is easy to see how the sensual dances which originated with Greek mystery rites and comedy dances, where the dancer might have also played a type of cymbal or clapper, travelled to Spain where it became what is today Flamenco, and that another form of this dance developed throughout the Middle and Near East as what we call belly dance. Both types of dance are also associated with the Gypsies, who came out of India, through Persia, and spread by the Middle Ages throughout Europe.

The use of various other props in the dance such as snakes, swords, veils, and candles. These items have magical, protective functions for primitive peoples that can still be found in the folk dances of these countries. Snakes clearly relate to the ancient mystery cults. The snake is a complex symbol which represented both male and female principles, and also immortality in the form of the snake eating its tail.

The spectators pay the dancer directly in the form of coins or cash thrown on the floor or placed on the dancer's body. There is no other dance form in which this occurs. In classical Greece, a woman from a poor family tied a sash around her hips and went to dance for her dowry in the marketplace. Spectators threw small gold coins at her, money which she then sewed into her bodice and hip-belt as decoration, since she had no where else quite as safe to keep them. Today, dancers still wear costumes decorated with "dowry" coins. In Egypt at the time of the fourth dynasty (approx. 2680-2560 BC), dancers were presented with gold necklaces in payment. By the 19th century, when the custom of tipping was known as "nukoot", a dancer would go into a backbend to receive the money, which would be moistened and placed on the dancer's upturned face. It is still the custom `a belly dancer money while she dances, and there is no other kind of professional dancer who receives money directly from her audience.

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Hot Stone Therapy Kit with Bamboo Stone Warmer - Keep heated stones warm.

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Hot Stone Therapy Kit with Sacred Lotus Pod

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Hot Stone Therapy Kit with Tibetan Brass Censor

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Therapy Kit with Aroma Lamp

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Hot Stone Therapy Kit with Belly Dancing Cymbals

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Hot Stone Massage Kit with Tibetan Singing Cymbal

Foot Bath for professional or home spa treatment
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Ideal for treatment of stressed muscles. Perfect as Reflexology hand and feet kit or Facial kit.



Your feet work hard to carry you through life. From time to time they need same serious pampering and special treatment. Nothing beats soaking your feet after a long day. Hydroflexolgy Inflatable Foot Bath is perfect for when you don't have a special purpose foot bath. The inflatable foot bath is you take anywhere solution. Perfect for the professional therapist, business traveller, sports per person or for those who like to re-create the spa experience at home.

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Ideal for treatment of stressed muscles. Perfect as Reflexology hand and feet kit or Facial kit.

Papaya Clay Mask Concentrate Powder
Professional strength trial pouch.

Eye Relaxation
Put your palms directly over your eyes. Block out all light without putting too much pressure on your eyelids. Try to see the colour black. You may see other colours or images, but focus on the colour black. Use a mental image to remember the colour, i.e., black tar.

Continue this way for two to three minutes, thinking and focusing on black. Slowly open your eyes, gradually getting accustomed to the light. Experience the sense of relaxation in the muscles that control the opening and closing of your eyes.

Colour imagery and eye relaxation can be done when you need a technique and don't have much time. They are fun and will keep relaxing interesting. Try to slip one into your regular activities every now and then.

(Thanks to the Lupus Foundation of New Hampshire for this interesting tip.)

Hydroflexology Papaya Enzyme Skin Treatment - Suitable all types Face and Body
Papaya is used to assist digestion and relieve symptoms associated with poor digestion, assisting the adequate supply of nutrients to the body. And to gently perfect skin's surface, dissolving dead skin cells and loosening pore blockage.

Papaya provides vitamin C, soothes and aids cell renewal. It is effective in breaking down devitalized tissue. Which allows new cell growth to take place.

Papaya is a potent organic rejuvenation treatment, and is suitable for all skin types.

Studies at the University of Nigeria have revealed that extracts of ripe and unripe papaya fruits and of the seeds are active against gram-positive bacteria.

Spa Eyes with relaxing Eye Mask
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