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Melody Center - Beauty - Laser - Hair - Physio

HI, My name is Priscilla:
I'm graduated  Beautician and Holistic Therapist . I have worked for 6 years in this area, and I love my profession.  
My goal is to improve your life style, to help you relax and heal your tired and stressed muscles! The daily routine, stress and hard work, we have to make many decisions about a lot of things, and we forgot to think about ourselves. That make us stressed.  Its very importat you take a break, and relax. 
With Deep Tissue Massage, Relaxing Massage, Reflexology, and another terapies I can help you recover, to calm down your mind and bring a welfare of peace to your life. 
With different Technique, we can find the best way to balance your body, mind, and spirit . We can help you to enjoy the life without stress or unnecessary pain. I  am always  happy to help you.

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Everybody loves a good foot rub. But did you know foot massage dates back to ancient Egypt and China? That’s right, over 5,000 years ago our ancestors were rubbing each other’s feet. In the late 1800s, Europeans invented reflexology: applying pressure to a person’s feet (or hands) in order to affect a physical change to the body. Placement of pressure is based on a system of zones and reflex areas that correspond to other parts of the body.

  Also called “zone therapy,” this mixture of healing art and science is based on the premise that an energy channel encompassing 12 vital organs exists from our feet to the tops of our heads. Applying pressure with his/her hands, a reflexologist unblocks that channel to restore proper health and organ function.


Deep tissue massage is a technique that focuses primarily on the deeper layers of muscles and the fascia. Sometimes this technique involves the therapist using firmer pressure in order to reach these key areas and get them to release, which is why this particular massage is oftentimes recommended for people who are comfortable with a slightly more intense touch. However, deep tissue massage can also refer to gentle yet sustained pressure targeting the myofascial layer.

  Deep tissue massage is a type of massage therapy that focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles. It is used for chronic aches and pain and contracted areas such as a stiff neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness, and sore shoulders.


The Relaxing Massage helps to improve blood circulation, increases the flow of nutrients, remove catabolites and metabolites (toxic substances from the cells) harmful to the body, as well as relieve pain and ease muscle activity, and psychological point of view create a sense well-being and joy.

  It is anti-stress and help calm the body and mind, providing relaxation and pain relief.

  The technique is applied in creams or oils for aromatherapy associated with smooth and firm movement throughout the body, providing muscle relaxation and relieving stress and stress. Bringing an effective well-being and sense of comfort and tranquility.


In Oriental medicine, it is believed that a disease is caused when there is an imbalance in the person's energy channels, either by stress, poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, among other factors.

This energy is called "Ki" in Japanese, also known as "chi" in Chinese and "prana" in Indian. With Shiatsu, it is possible to stimulate these points of energy causing the body itself activate the circulation of "Ki" promoting the welfare.

​Shiatsu is applied with light pressure using the thumbs, palm or hand. The Shiatsu practitioner locates areas and/or points and applies the appropriate pressure to help correct imbalances detected within the tissue.

When there is imbalance in the body, discomfort or pain is felt. This pressure applied is always within your comfort zone. Gradually the pain may subside or change its character. Tension is released and the flow of energy is restored, as your body’s natural healing process begins.


Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.


Aromatherapy is the practice of using the natural oils extracted from flowers, bark, stems, leaves, roots or other parts of a plant to enhance psychological and physical well-being.

 The inhaled aroma from these "essential" oils is widely believed to stimulate brain function. Essential oils can also be absorbed through the skin, where they travel through the bloodstream and can promote whole-body healing.
 A form of alternative medicine, aromatherapy is gaining momentum. It is used for a variety of applications, including pain relief, mood enhancement and increased cognitive function.
There are a wide number of essential oils available, each with its own healing properties.


What is Auriculotherapy?

Auriculotherapy gets its name from the "Auricle" which is the anatomic name for the external ear.

Auriculotherapy techniques use special locations, or points, on the skin of the ear to diagnose and treat pain and medical conditions of the body. This method is used world wide by tens of thousands of practitioners to bring effective relief for a wide variety of conditions, including pain, dysfunction, injuries, addictions, and internal disorders.

Depending on the country and practitioner, Auriculotherapy is sometimes also referred to as Auricular Medicine, or Auricular Acupuncture.

Whether used in conjunction with another treatment or by itself, auriculotherapy is often effective when other treatments have failed, or in conjunction with other treatment types. Best of all, auriculotherapy is safe, non-invasive and has no side effects.

Doctor with AcuGraph
Where did it come from?

Auriculotherapy has been used as a form of health care for thousands of years all over the world. Ancient records from China, Egypt, Greece, Rome and Persia all indicate treatments applied to the ear for a variety of problems. In fact, the world-wide custom of wearing decorative ear rings may have originated as an early form of auricular health care.

Modern auriculotherapy got its start in the early 1950's when a French neurologist named Dr. Paul Nogier observed the occurrence of scars on the ears of patients who were successfully treated by French lay practitioners for back pain. He investigated these ear scars and found this type of treatment had a very high success rate.

Dr. Nogier then spent his career researching and developing the map of reflex points on the ear, based upon the concept of an Inverted Fetus arrangement. He eventually discovered over 200 auricular points and their corresponding effects.

Today Auriculotherapy research continues, with major advancements in the study and placement of ear reflex points, as well as scientific documentation of this technique's effectiveness. Auriculotherapy is now accepted worldwide as a valuable and effective procedure for many conditions.

Facts about Auriculotherapy

As research has uncovered more information about this amazing therapy, certain interesting facts have emerged. Let's look at a few examples:

Stimulation of certain points on the ear changes the cardiac pulse within a few seconds.

Auriculotherapy tends to not only eliminate pain, but also stimulate healing of the affected body part.

It is possible to locate problems in the body with up to 75% accuracy, merely by examining the ear.

Experienced practitioners report an 86% success rate using auriculotherapy to help patients quit smoking.

Auriculotherapy treatment for drug addiction provides a substantially lower relapse rate than non-auricular addiction treatments.

What can it help?

Auriculotherapy is a natural complement to many types of healthcare, including acupuncture, chiropractic, western medicine, naturopathy, physical therapy and even psychotherapy. Auriculotherapy is often helpful for many health conditions, both physical and mental and nearly any body part can be treated from the ear.

Some of the most successful uses of Auriculotherapy include the areas of addiction, pain management, musculoskeletal injuries, mental health, and internal disorders, though it has been successfully applied to nearly any problem imaginable. Published protocols are available for several hundred specific problems.

Auriculotherapy can be performed during a standard acupuncture treatment, however it can be used without acupuncture as well, THIS METHOD we use at our salon!. Ear seeds, a safe, pain-free, convenient, auriculotherapy treatment, are an excellent way to glean the benefits in the comfort of your own home. The ear seeds, crafted from the seeds of the vaccaria plant, are secured to key acupuncture points on the outer ear with adhesive tape.

Once secured, ear seeds stimulate the points through light pressure over time. Many patients will even press on them several times a day for additional benefits. Plus, vaccaria is known to balance energy, invigorate blood and further promote healing.

Ear seeds are commonly used, with much success, to aid patients in quitting smoking, losing weight, alleviating sciatica and decreasing stress. However, research indicates a whole host of other issues respond to auriculotherapy.

Due to the lack of side effects, safety and efficacy of treating illness with ear seeds, it can be an excellent choice for patients of all ages. Similar to acupuncture, ear seeds not only treat certain conditions; they also balance the energy, or qi, and promote an overall sense of wellbeing.

If you are interested treating a condition naturally, consider earseeds


Ear problems of all kinds seem to run especially rampant during cold and flu season. Clogged sinuses from cold weather, dry heat from furnaces, and sniffles of all kinds going around the community can cause ear discomfort to become a chronic problem rather than the temporary.

The ear candle had been used since the ancient times and with safety method to utilize moderate vacuum attraction principle, exhausting earwax and the skull toxins. An ear candle produces the steam which softens earwax with slightly heated air flow and pressure. By using ear-nose-throat interlinked principle, achieves the healthcare and relaxing effect simultaneously.

Moxibustion is an alternative therapy that involves burning herbs and applying the resulting heat to specific points on the body. A technique used in traditional Chinese medicine and in Tibetan medicine, moxibustion is typically administered in conjunction with another therapies

  According to alternative medicine practitioners, the heat generated during moxibustion helps increase the flow of vital energy (also known as "qi" or "chi") throughout the body via certain pathways (known as "meridians").

  In traditional Chinese medicine, stimulating the flow of chi is considered essential to achieving health and wellness. In fact, physical and mental health problems are thought to develop (in part) as a result of blockages in the flow of chi.