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    Targeted, customized, intuitive treatment for each unique individual. Ruby Ai Lee is known for her deep pressure control and longer holds for effective release.

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RA Deep Integrative Shiatsu

Targeted, graduated firm, long holds in and around accumulated stagnation (knots) of acu-points. Coordinated with gentle fascial stretches between points simultaneously to patiently & effectively release chronic tension with the aid of the breath. Great access for targeting headaches, acute neck, shoulder & lower back pain.

 

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RA Deep Integrative Shiatsu

Customized full body session by targeting areas of pain & tension by easing into the deep layers of the body's energy wells known as acu-points using gradual yet firm finger, palm, or elbow pressure. Rythmic, slow and steady it is combined with joint release techniques, range of motion, and blissful stretches. You will float away to your next destination with invigorated vitality and restored balance on a whole level.

 

Myo-Fascial Work

Fascia, Myo Fascial WorkYour body is held upright in structure by a fascinating interconnected web weaved of a liquid crystalline matrix called fascia.

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Acupressure

Acupressure, RA Massage Clinic Vancouver

 

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Yogic Principles

Yogic Principles, RA Massage Clinic VancouverThis ancient practice for health, peace and fulfillment in integrating your body and mind with soul has everything to do with fascia.

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  • "Ruby's massage and body work is very special. She uses techniques from a variety of complimentary traditions and combines them in a truly healing method for the emotional, spiritual and physical body. She is also deeply intuitive about what to work on my body in the moment and I always come away feeling a great sense of gratitude and awe for her healing abilities. I have been working with her on releasing deep tension in my fascia so I can remain in great health for my active life as a performer and dancer. I absolutely recommend her one of a kind massage to everyone! She's amazing!!"
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Ruby Ailee, Integrative Shiatsu Practitioner

Ruby's journey started with her own personal challenges of chronic physical, emotional and mental pain in discovering concepts of solutions that underlay and have profound effects on all 3 pain bodies and their intertwined relation to eachother. She has had vast experiences through treatments by various modalities and practitioners leading up to discovering a love for yin yoga and its power. This revelation led her to Bali where she participated in a Hatha / Yin based Yoga Teacher training as well as becoming obsessed with the study of fascia. Ruby's specialty is targeting chronic pain and inflammation with her blended technique of Acupressure, Fascial work and Yogic principles of stretch, breath and movement.
Back in Vancouver her studies continued in Holistic Anatomy & Physiology at Langara, Mind Body Acupressure and most recently, Shiatsu. Ruby's style is deep, firm yet gentle, and uses concepts of TCM chi meridian theory, fascia, stretch, breath, alignment, and range of motion. She is 'known' for her 'pressure' and it is the foundation of her work. Her desire is to continually advance her knowledge and skills on the art of the body's innate healing capabilities to aid in facilitating people in discovering their highest potential life of ease and away from dis-ease. Ruby's core value acknowledges the uniqueness that is every individual, therefore an emphasis on intuitive guidance and customization of each session is assured for an effective treatment of the body's needs. She hopes that you will join her on this journey! Get in touch with her to book an appointment today!

Myo-Fascial Work

The answer is in the fascia. Your body is held upright in structure by a fascinating interconnected web weaved of a liquid crystalline matrix called fascia. Because of it's crystalline property fascia acts as the conductor and transmitter of external/internal energy and light. It is the 'feeling body'. It carries the nervous system and circulation system and organs in a protective coat. It is the tissue responsible for sensations such as goosebumps or hair standing on end when spooked or the sudden rapid beating of the heart when nervous or excited. Fascia responds to trauma whether it be physical, emotional or mental by contracting in an effort to protect. Unfortunately this response is counterintuitive because it leads to inflammation and thus blockage. However fascia is capable of structural changes unlike muscle tissue where its function is to contract upon command otherwise muscle should be in a complete relaxed state. Rather than a muscle release, what is actually being released in structural bodywork is a fascial release. The fascia then releases the muscle. Fascia is like your body wrapped in saran wrap in one continuous piece encasing all organs and attaching body parts to bone. It's certainly frustrating when you get saran wrap tangled up, just as it is when fascia gets twisted and stuck or contracted. Muscle tissue gets strangled, nerves get pinched, flow of fluids get obstructed such as blood and lymph creating an inflammatory response from the body. By way of the fascial structure the physical proof is there to be researched and recorded in modelling how and why  the holistic health model can be incredibly effective such as rolfing and energy healing. Within the fascial structure also live the answers to, and thus solutions to, all chronic inflammation and pain.

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Acupressure

The 12 main Chinese meridians and 8 strangeflows are energetic highways with scenic rest points that vital life force travels in. The 8 strangeflows is unique in that they are like the bird's eye view overseeing the 12 meridians so when working with the 8 it also is having an effect on the 12. This ancient healing art established and supports the ideas of the latest scientific research that we are foremost energetic in nature. Acupressure is effective in bringing balance and harmonizing the energetic body by releasing the dammed up areas of excessive energy so that it flows back into the areas that have been starved of chi (also commonly known as prana from Hindu culture meaning life-force energy or bio-plasma in western science). Everyone has heard of the yin (feminine, receptive, dark) and yang (masculine, active, light) principle and this is the fundamental idea in achieving balance through chi. With continuous unobstructed flow of chi, the immune system is enhanced empowering the innate healing mechanisms of the body aiding the circulatory and nervous system as well. The body is a miraculous vehicle where we need not to tell all the parts how to perform its function however we do need to listen to the signs when it speaks to us through pain to take action in order to retain and maintain homeostasis and ease.

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Yogic Principles

This ancient practice for health, peace and fulfillment in integrating your body and mind with soul has everything to do with fascia. Yoga asana postures were developed for the purpose of being able to sit in meditative posture comfortably for hours. So since yoga is to meditation as fascia is to structural changes, we need to look at how structural change is made to be able to sit in the same posture for hours. Ideally there should be minimal effort to be upright if your hips are stacked over your ankles, your shoulders stacked on top of your hips and head stacked in line with the shoulders. Yoga stretching and postures help to bring awareness to proper ALIGNMENT through working out the concept of tensegrity increasing elasticity and strength of the fascial structure, lengthening and toning muscles, at the same time building core strength which is integral for back support. Full RANGE OF MOTION is an indicator of healthy lubricated fascia. Since it is of a liquid crystalline nature fascia can dry up when flow of bodily fluids are blocked. The emphasis on BREATH work helps to open up constricted tissues from the inside out, helping to distribute oxygen and vital fluids to undernourished areas of the body. More space also means more ability to breathe deeply thus developing and holding more chi or prana in the body increasing your overall health, vitality and longevity.

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