Located in Ranch House Square in the Village of Oak Creek, Sedona, AZ 86351
I offer an integrative, holistic therapeutic practice for the body, mind and soul. I am called to facilitate healing on all levels, and to help people who are seeking to improve the quality of their lives. I blend both modern methods and ancient wisdom to treat the whole person to reduce stress, release trauma, support addiction recovery and create overall wellness....
" I found my treatments with Paula very healing. She sent me onto a path of betterment. Paula enhanced my ability to make dreams come true with her fine tuned healing crafts, helping make recovery life long and lasting. She has the gifts of a modern day medicine woman."
Sandra "Sam" W, Certified Qoya Instructor, Reiki Master, LMT - VA 2019
"The experience was a plausible interpretation of aspects of self that has opened my mind to greater understanding and opportunity for continued spiritual growth."
Patricia S. AZ 2017
"Knowledge! Paula is absolutely a powerful healer and Goddess! Would recommend to everyone."
Damaris C. AZ 2016
Paula Lockwood is an exceptional practitioner in the world of holistic healing.
There is nothing like a body whisperer who can read the needs of an individual like she does. Paula read my energy field like a novel and applied her masterful skills to unwind my tightly guarded posture and deeply held disappointments. Paula’s peaceful nature, soothing words, and respectful presence filled me with peace and tranquility. I feel light as a feather and happy. I highly recommend Paula Lockwood for the best holistic experience in Sedona!
Holly H, Sedona, AZ 2019
"Paula is a wonderful healer!!! So grateful I was led to her. Namaste."
Gary W. PA 2016
A controlled study on Craniosacral Therapy was reported in the May/June 2016 issue of massage&bodywork magazine in the education/somatic research section, pg 49 and 51.
Craniosacral Therapy Benefits People with Chronic Neck Pain By Jerrilyn Cambron, DC, PhD
"Approximately 30 percent of the population will experience neck pain in any given year. Half of these cases will resolve quickly with or without treatment. However, the other 50 percent will continue experiencing pain or will have recurrent symptoms. Common scientifically based treatments for neck pain include epidural corticosteroid injections, exercise, facet joint radiofrequency denervation, muscle relaxants, and surgery. Even though these treatments may be beneficial, many also involve potentially serious side effects. Fortunately, new research focuses on less invasive treatments such as craniosacral therapy."
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