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Raindrop Technique

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Raindrop Technique

Raindrop Technique® uses therapeutic-grade essential oils to restore balance to your body and release toxins. The technique uses gentle slow strokes by applying essential oils first on your feet and then on your back.  It has a rich history and is based on traditional massage therapies  including back massage, Vita Flex and heat application.

The technique is designed to bring the body back into structural and electrical alignment.  Often, many spinal problems and misalignments are caused by or exacerbated by toxins (such as viruses) that lie dormant within the spinal column.  The use of essential oils helps to dispose of these toxins and viruses within the spine, helping its structure return to normal.

9 Essential Oils used during the Raindrop Technique


Its woodsy, positive scent comes from a blend of Black Spruce, Blue Tansy, and Frankincense. Valor is great for massages, in addition to other topical and aromatic uses.

Use it to greet each morning with a positive attitude or to unwind at the end of the day. Its powerful yet calming scent.


Thyme is great for use after exercise. It is also believed to bring a sense of purpose when used aromatically.


Basil essential oil has a fresh, herbaceous aroma that can be calming and refreshing.


Wintergreen’s refreshing minty aroma is stimulating and invigorating. It’s a great addition to lotions that are applied after activity.


Blue Cypress is produced from the steam distillation of the wood of the tree, which is indigenous to Australia. Traditionally used to moisturize dry skin, this oil also has historical use as a component in perfumes.


Fresh, nostalgic, and instantly recognizable, Peppermint essential oil’s scent invigorates the mind and senses, while inspiring a sense of peace. Used topically, Peppermint oil creates a cool, tingling sensation on the skin, making it a favorite for sports massage.


Oregano essential oil (Origanum vulgare) comes from the popular oregano plant, which is a member of the mint family and is native to areas of western Asia and the Mediterranean. While the oil has an intriguing aromatic profile, Oregano oil benefits also include creating a relaxing experience through a warming massage and topical application.


Marjoram is a key oil used in the Raindrop Technique and can be used in massage after exercise.