Sharon Ann Kraus
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Acu-Flow Sessions: Multifaceted bodywork and counseling

Sharon Kraus, L.Ac.

Experience the Beauty of Classical Japanese Acupuncture, Acupressure and 'Flow'! 

Sharon Kraus, L.Ac., brings 20+ years of experience as a practitioner of Oriental Medicine and other forms of alternative therapy as a foundation for deeper awakening and transformation work.  Former owner of The Morningside Clinic in Dallas, licensed in Oregon and Texas, Sharon has created a multidisciplinary, multidimensional wellness based approach centering around the power of compassionate, loving attention to call forth the highest in human potential.

Acu-Flow multifaceted bodywork and counseling sessions to attend to your physical, emotional and energetic health needs

In these immersion sessions I bring my wealth of knowledge and experience about the body and its energy fields, classical Japanese acupuncture and Oriental medicine, and our heart centered Presence together as a jumping off point into deep hands on transformational bodywork and acupuncture, emotional and energetic clearing, and intuitive reading/counseling for living more truly into life purpose. We find and move a lot of stuck energy together! 

'Flow'

Flow is a gentle touch that allows for the integration of life experiences stored in the body as tension. It is a conversation with the nervous system that is nourishing and growth promoting on deep levels. 'Flow' can be done at any time and is especially useful when a person or animal is experiencing physical discomfort or stress, as well as emotional and behavioral conditions*. With the practice of Flow, profound release and realignment can occur.  The objective is to connect through areas of rapport and allow the body to witness itself and make its own shifts in its own timing, honoring the perfection of the body and its innate wisdom.  This sophisticated and nourishing system of touch and compassionate attention fosters a state of greater ease, self awareness, ability to handle life’s challengesand the unwinding of contractive patterns of distortion in the body.  'Flow' is grounded in the most recent advances in the fields of chiropractic and energy medicine, and incorporates the work of two brilliant chiropractors Lance Wright, D.C. (founder of Flowtrition), and Mike Young, D.C. (Oneness Healing Method) as well as Jonathan Goldman, L.Ac., spiritual healer and pioneer in the field of energetic anatomy.

*All animals, including horses, cats and dogs, are very responsive to 'Flow' and seem to love and benefit from it!  Inquire about house calls for pets and their people.  

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For appointments and more information, contact Sharon at:  541-946-3569 (FLOW)  or  [email protected]

(Sliding scale available to seniors and those in need. Remote sessions also offered on a donation basis.)

Love is the REAL medicine... Align with your true life purpose and your body's radiantly intelligent design!

 

 

 

 

 

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Acu-Flow Sessions: Multifaceted Bodywork and Counseling Sessions. Combining classical Japanese acupuncture and acupressure with 'Flow', a deeply nourishing, healing conversation with the nervous system through gentle touch and compassionate attention. 'Flow' allows for ease and deep unwinding of contractive patterns of distortion in the body.

Guides for her work in the fields of Oriental medicine, hands-on healing, emotional clearing and intention dialogue, dance and movement meditation include Lance Wright, (founder of Flowtrition, a major element of ‘Flow’), Mazakazu Ikeda, Bunzo Takamatsu, Jonathan Goldman, Greg Ehmka, Tej Steiner, Mike Young, Zhou Rong Quintsai, Adnan Sarhan, and most recently Paul and Patty Richards of Sente Center.

Other loves include Heart Circles, as well as medical, evolutionary, and relationship astrology (readings available on a donation basis).

Sharon Kraus, L.Ac. is licensed in Oregon and Texas. She has over 20 years experience as a practitioner of Classical Japanese acupuncture and Oriental medicine and has created a multidisciplinary, multidimensional wellness based approach centering around the power of compassionate, loving attention to call forth the highest in human potential.

For appointments and more information, contact Sharon at: 541-946-FLOW

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