Isabelle Hutton

R.N., Nationally Certified Reflexologist

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About :

Isabelle Hutton is a R.N., and Nationally Certified Reflexologist and owner of the Academy of Natural Healing in Colorado.

She specializes in Alternative Medicine, Classes, Natural Healing Therapies, and Reflexology.

The Academy of Natural Healing is a privately held company in Greenwood Village, CO established in 1996 and incorporated in Colorado.

Isabelle Hutton is a Registered Nurse and maintains a private practice in alternative medicine , specializing in Reflexology and other therapies as well as searching for natural solutions to disease within her own vast experience.

Her other natural healing solutions are methods such as: Jin Shin Jyutsu (Acupressure), Aromatherapy, Reiki, Hopi Therapy Technique, Kinesiology, High Touch Jin Shin, Axitonal Alignment, and Therapeutic Touch Healing.

She is responsible for teaching hundreds of nurses and massage therapists throughout the United States and Canada the true science of Reflexology, and other alternative healing methods. She puts a strong emphasis on self-healing awareness. Isabelle taught Reflexology at the Colorado School of Healing Arts in Lakewood, and the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Salt Lake City. Isabelle is committed to teaching alternative therapies, holistic, natural healing methods and the self-help approach to all. She currently teaches Reflexology classes, from Level I to Master, and two Jin Shin Jyutsu classes.

Isabelle’s formal training is that of traditional, or conventional medicine. However, her intuitive, holistic approach to health originated, and was nurtured by her mother’s belief and practice that the body, when working at it’s most harmonious level, is capable of healing itself. Isabelle combines her expertise in conventional medicine and holistic health with a gentle and intuitive approach.

Isabelle has over 30 years of study and practice in alternative medicine. She is well known and very respected thoughout North America for her expertise in Reflexology. In addition to regularly teaching four levels reflexology, Isabelle has teaches Jin Shin Jyutsu and High Touch Jin Shin. Classes for these healing arts are very popular. In her seperate alternative medicine pratice practice, Isabelle has created, nurtured and now developed a powerful healing technique. She combines several healing methods in a single treatment. Her vast experience in healthcare combined with a creative ability are very apparent when viewing the her reflexology charts, as well her anatomical and very technical muscle chart. She is currently writing a book on reflexology.

Reflexology, jin shin jyutsu, Reiki, etc., are obviously not in the same field as conventional, or western allopathic medicine in which a variety of methods are used to treat illness. Conventional medicine, however, is necessary for many reasons. Reflexology is considered to be in the ever-growing family of natural, or alternative medicine.Essentially, reflexology is a science that maps out the reflexes to the entire, or whole human body on the feet and/or the hands. By pressing specific areas (slightly or deeply into the specific muscle) on the feet/hands with your thumb or fingers, every organ, gland, and body part is affected.

What is Alternative Medicine?

Alternative medicine practices are used instead of standard medical treatments. Alternative medicine is distinct from complementary medicine which is meant to accompany, not to replace, standard medical practices. Alternative medical practices are generally not recognized by the medical community as standard or conventional medical approaches.

Alternative medicine, the treatment and prevention of disease by techniques that are regarded by modern Western medicine as scientifically unproven or unorthodox. The term alternative medicine can encompass a wide range of therapies, including chiropractic, homeopathy, acupuncture, herbal medicine, meditation, biofeedback, massage therapy, and various “new age” therapies such as guided imagery and naturopathy. Although many alternative therapies have long been widely employed in the treatment of disease, the scientifically oriented modern medical establishment has typically been skeptical about, and sometimes strongly opposed to, their use. Despite this, Americans spend billions of dollars on alternative treatments each year. In 1993 the U.S. National Institutes of Health established the Office of Alternative Medicine to examine the merits of such techniques.

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

Complementary medicine is usually not taught or used in Western medical schools or hospitals. Complementary medicine includes a large number of practices and systems of health care that, for a variety of cultural, social, economic, or scientific reasons, have not been adopted by mainstream Western medicine.

Complementary medicine is different from alternative medicine. Whereas complementary medicine is used together with conventional medicine, alternative medicine is used in place of conventional medicine. An example of an alternative therapy is using a special diet to treat cancer instead of undergoing surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy that has been recommended by a physician.

Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) can include the following:

  • Acupuncture,
  • Alexander technique,
  • Aromatherapy,
  • Ayurveda (Ayurvedic medicine),
  • Biofeedback,
  • Chiropractic Medicine,
  • Diet Therapy,
  • Herbalism,
  • Holistic Cheirology, (Palmistry)
  • Holistic Nursing,
  • Homeopathy,
  • Hypnosis,
  • Jin Shin Jyutsu,
  • Massage Therapy,
  • Meditation,
  • Naturopathy,
  • Nutritional therapy,
  • Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy (OMT),
  • Palm Therapy, ~ courtesy of humanhand.com
  • Qi gong (internal and external Qiging),
  • Reflexology
  • Reiki,
  • Spiritual Healing,
  • Tai Chi,
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and
  • Yoga.

U.S. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine or NCCAM, is a United States government agency. NCCAM is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing practices in the context of rigorous science, training complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) researchers, and disseminating authoritative information to the public and professionals.

 

Academy of Natural Healing
5114 S Emporia Way, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
(303) 779-1094