Raindrop Technique

About Raindrop Technique

Most people would agree that massage is soothing, relaxing, and pleasurable. But Raindrop Technique is unquestionably superior as it combines essential oils with special massage techniques to add greater therapeutic benefits to a pleasurable massage.

Anyone who has experienced Raindrop Technique is very quick to get on the massage table again to enjoy and discover new benefits of this more remarkable application of essential oils.
Raindrop Technique is one of the safest, non-invasive regimens available for spinal health. It is also an invaluable method to promote wellness from within using topically applied essential oils.

The purpose of Raindrop Technique is to stimulate every organ, muscle and bone of the body into structural/electrical balance, and enabling the release of toxins wherever they may be lodged-including those lodged in the mind and emotions.

Raindrop Technique is a complete modality, in and of itself, that reaches to all levels of the body, mind and emotions.

Raindrop Technique stimulates detoxification of the body. Therefore, it is crucial for the client to drink plenty of water following a session.

Experts say the essential oils applied during a Raindrop will continue to work in supporting the body for at least a week following a Raindrop session.

Feeling under the weather?

“Flood the system” with the oils of the Raindrop Technique by applying often over time.  
For kids, reduce the number of drops used. 
If you don’t have all the oils, use what you have. 

Learn how to do Raindrop in this step-by-step video series

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Oregano : Feathering + Fanning

Thyme : Feathering + Fanning

Basil : Spinal Tissue Pull

Cypress : Finger Straddle

Wintergreen : Thumb Roll

Aroma Siez : Palm Slide

Peppermint

Valor/Valor II

Step 5 : Complete the Raindrop

Raindrop : Full Video Version