The Raindrop Technique

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By Diana Ross Co-Founder of Breast Cancer Yoga.

As I promised I want to share each treatment, therapy or session that I am embracing while healing my “imbalance” of lung cancer. First and foremost I want to start with my most favorite, and that is the Raindrop Technique.

The Raindrop Technique® that was created by Young Living. I do two treatments a week, and I do so because I feel incredible for the rest of the day and beyond. My spirit is filled with joy and I feel connected to my higher self. I can feel the high frequencies of the prescribed essential oils as well as the elevated energy. This treatment or specific technique combines the art of aromatherapy with the techniques of Vita Flex and massage. The application of essential oils are applied to various areas of the body. This collection of Thyme, Basil, Peppermint, Oregano, Wintergreen, Cypress and Marjoram are used because of their special balancing properties. They provide an innovative means of bringing balance and harmony to the mind and body – physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Now I have to tell you I receive my treatments from a wonderful woman Zora, owner of Holistic Health Solutions in Huntington, NY. The way she conducts her treatment is more a meditative, spiritual and healing experience. Zora meditates before we begin. Her room is so sacred. It is filled with candles, pyramid salt lamps and sacred sounds. I feel closer to my higher power. This is where I invite a healing light to come into my body to remove any imbalance.

What is Raindrop Technique?
This technique involves applying therapeutic grade essential oils (Thyme, Basil, Peppermint, Oregano, Wintergreen, Cypress and Marjoram) to your spine, neck and feet. The session can last an hour or more however the benefits may last up to a week or more. There are three ingredients in the Rainbow Technique:

Aromatherapy – Raindrop Technique uses seven single essential oils, two blends and one essential oil massage blend during each session. It is congruent with the French application of aromatherapy where essential oils are applied NEAT (undiluted) to the body.

Vita Flex TechniqueVita Flex was brought to the US in the 1920s by Stanley Burroughs. It is an ancient Tibetan healing methodology meaning “vitality through the reflexes”. Its theory is based on the fact that applying slight pressure to different parts of the body creates an electric charge. This charge is therapeutic to the body. This is known as piezoelectric.

Feather Stroking – This is similar to a massage term technique called effleurage. But this technique was actually termed by the Native American Indians.

The essential oils are actually dropped from about 6 inches above your spine, simulating rain drops! It feels like a rain drop gently striking your spine, and it is very relaxing and comforting. It is thought that the oils interact with a person’s electric field before even penetrating the skin of the back. Thereby, enhancing the electromagnetic properties of the oils as well. Amazing!

If you want to try a Rainbow Technique make sure the person who is doing it is of high vibration and of joy. This is what you want transmitting to and through you. Please let me know if you do this. I would love to here back on how you received it. Blessings to everyone.

Diana RossAbout Diana Ross: E-RYT 500 restorative yoga teacher, survivor that cares and founder of Breast Cancer Yoga. Diana is making a difference with Breast Cancer Yoga therapeutic products designed to support you emotionally and physically during breast cancer . We want to give you the attention and personal service you need so please email us at if you have questions.

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  1. Reblogged this on Coping With Breast Cancer and commented:
    This technique comes highly recommended to me by my massage therapist (she does not do this technique herself), but she has experienced the technique as an adjunct treatment for back pain that she was experiencing. You don’t have to believe in the healing powers of essential oils to recognize the relaxing effects of the aromas, the soothing touch, and the calming surroundings.

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  2. Reblogged this on Natures Way Massage.


  3. Diana, awesome. Thanks for educating all of us.


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