Board Certification

Uncategorized on February 5th, 2016 No Comments

Marie Matteson has earned the highest level of certification awarded by the National
Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB).
The rigorous certification requires candidates to not only pass the board’s exam but also
attain 750 hours of education; log 250 hours of professional, hands on
experience; pass a national background check and have current CPR certification.

Candidates also agree uphold NCBTMB’s standards of practice and code of ethics and to oppose human trafficking.
Matteson has more than 20 years’ experience as a health care worker, including as an
emergency medical technician, as well as having earned a master’s degree in applied
health sciences.
Matteson practices massage, biofeedback, and SCENAR a pain and injury treatment, at
414 Girard St. Bellingham in Peeples Physical Therapy location.

Biofeedback ~ Balance your body

Uncategorized on May 14th, 2015 No Comments

$80.00 USD Biofeedback Session & Energy Balance

is a non-invasive training technology that energetically scans and harmonizes the body’s stressors and imbalances, and returns your body back to health by reducing stress. Excess stress is the pathway to disease. Stress is the cause of 80% of most disease. Stress can come from many sources, such as:
• toxicity
• trauma
• pathogen
• mental factors
• perverse energy
• allergies
• heredity
• habits & deficiency syndrome
As the stress continues the dis-ease progresses; Simply put, when the frequency of our cells is high we experience a healthy life. When the frequency of our cells is low we are more susceptible to disease and symptomatic health issues. Dis-ease is found in non-vibrating, non-charged, or non-energized cells.
Our body’s first signal that all is not well is vibrational or electromagnetic. The damaging frequencies are stored in cells and may build up unnoticed for years. Chemical changes begin to appear later and bacteria, viruses, and other
pathogens take hold. Our lifestyle can also create damaging frequencies that could be corrected long before physical symptoms erupt. Every human thought and action is accompanied by electrical activity in the nervous system. Our cells network together keeping our body in harmony. It is known as homeostasis. Each cell in our body operates at a certain frequency.

Identifying the specific electromagnetic frequency of different molecules allow modern science to diagnose and heal using sound or light to produce the specific electromagnetic frequencies needed. Energy Medicine increases the vibration or the frequency of the cells, which brings the vibrational level of the body back to its natural state of being.
Biofeedback will accurately measure in less than 5 minutes the stress from over 10,000+ different substances as electromagnetic waveforms -vitamin levels, amino acids, minerals, enzymes, toxins, hormone levels, muscle tone, bacteria, molds, fungi, viruses, allergens,
The electromagnetic field generated by the Biofeedback will help balance the energy flow in your body, and reduce the stress that is causing the blockages, toxicity, fatigue, depression, fatigue, pain, etc. Biofeedback interacts directly with our cells to raise their frequency, by balancing the stress in our cells. Once the body is less stressed, less toxic and balanced energetically then it will begin to heal itself.

On an energetic level the quantum biofeedback is able to cleanse & Clear the aura, chakras and etheric fields around the body. Give it a try and see for yourself how much better you may feel physically, emotionally, and mentally. In office and Long Distance sessions are available. YES! some HSA Insurance Covers Biofeedback

Kudos from Caroline

Articles, Blog on March 9th, 2012 No Comments

This week, Caroline Sutherland, medical intuitive and best-selling author of The Body Knows books, was so kind to mention me in her latest newsletter:

“Marie Matteson MS is one of my favorite practitioners in the Bellingham Washington area. Every time I am going through a new ‘step in growth’ I call upon Marie for her wisdom and guidance and her expert muscle testing. In fact she has presented several times at my Medical Intuitive Training – coming up this October in Bellingham.

Through muscle testing (which she can do in person or remotely) Marie can pick up imbalances or blocks which could be preventing you from emotional release, successful weight loss or achieving any goal. I am looking forward to my Birthday session with Marie in March!

She can help to identify emotions that may be creating an imbalance in your life. She uses simple, yet profound ways to clear blocks and empower you to create positive outcomes.”

Thank you, Caroline!

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Inflammation Elimination Challege

3 Week Inflammation Elimination Challenge

Articles on July 7th, 2011 No Comments

Our body systems respond to what we eat.  Sometimes in a subtle, not so great way.  Inflammation within the blood vessels, gut, and other structures have been linked as the basis of many diseases. Inflammation may not always appear like a swollen ankle, but rather as a symptom of some kind.  Take my Blog Talk Radio challenge! Listen to today’s show

For three weeks I’d like to you eliminate your favorite foods, whatever they are…chicken? pasta? sweets? asparagus???  Keep track of how your mind AND body feel.  Make comments on page and help us with our Blog Talk Radio Results Show!   If you’d like to remain anonymous then send your comments here.

Learn how to tune into how your body responds by taking the elimination challenge! You are going to AMAZE yourself!  If you get stuck, crave carbs, or have questions, let me know!


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Foods ~ Inflammatory vs. Non inflammatory

Articles, Blog on February 20th, 2011 Comments Off on Foods ~ Inflammatory vs. Non inflammatory

This post is a follow up to the Blog Talk Radio/Alternative Healing program that was recorded on Thursday,  February 17, 2011

According to a study by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2004 here is a list of foods that cause inflammation and may be directly related to heart disease.

  • Sugar
  • Soda
  • alcohol
  • bread
  • red meat
  • Trans Fats (found in snack foods, fried foods, baked goods, cookies, vegetable shorting, some margarines, salad dressings, and many processed foods)

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The Four Keys … Body~Mind~Emotion~Spirit

Articles, Blog on March 7th, 2010 No Comments

Our Bodies – Life is experienced in the body.  Feeding the body with nutritionally sound food and creating ways to move the body through play is essential.

Our Minds – Our thoughts are who we are.  Providing rich learning environments that honor learning styles and the freedom to choose learning experiences that enhance learning potential.

Our Emotions – Emotional intelligence is one key to a healthy life.  Increasing emotional intelligence through practicing  emotional control and validating emotions develops resilience.

Our Spirit – Spirit is our divine essence. Discovering the divine spark, finding the quiet place within and connecting to nature enhance intuition and expand awareness and value of self.

These are the essential keys to wellness.  We are intricate human beings and having a good balance in these four areas help us to achieve healthy lifestyle.  Let’s explore the first key;  I encourage you to check in with your self.   Are you happy with your body?  Could you use a little help deciding what is the healthiest foods specifically for you? Learn to use simple techniques to help you choose the best food choices for your body.  “The arm test,”  pulse, blood pressure, and bio-feedback are excellent ways that assist you in making the best decisions. Many people use a pendulum or have learned muscle testing.  If you would like assistance learning some of these techniques, I suggest the book Energy Diagnostics by Fred Gallo.

If you are unhappy with your body due to weight management, first consult your physician for your options.  Then explore your options.  Caroline Sutherland authors the series “The Body Knows: Cracking The Weight Loss Code”, an excellent book to read about  the Candida Albicans connection.

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On Blog Talk Radio

Alternative Healing on Blog Talk Radio: Applied (Wellness) Kinesiology

Articles, Blog on October 17th, 2009 No Comments

Click here to listen to my latest talk with Bonnie Atchley, host of Blog Talk Radio’s Alternative Healing segment.  In this show, I talk about Applied (Wellness) Kinesiology. I’ve been successfully assisting people in learning how to tap in to the messages their bodies have been sending them through integrative and alternative healing methods for more than 12 years. Using Applied (Wellness) Kinesiology is one of the tools that have clients reporting back that they are better able to manage the stress in their lives and that they are experiencing an increase in their level of vitality and energy.

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On Alternatives

Doctors Going Alternative

Articles on August 26th, 2009 No Comments

“Doctors Going Alternative” by Julie Deardorff – The Chicago Tribune – January 14, 2009

More mainstream physicians are suggesting meditation, massage and acupunture.  From the article:

Nearly 40 percent of adults used integrative therapies last year, according to a new government report, most often to treat chronic back, neck and joint pain, arthritis, anxiety, high cholesterol and head or chest colds.

Read more at the Chicago Tribune site.

One-Minute Stress Release

Body Balance Physical? Mental? Emotional?

Common Complaints on August 26th, 2009 No Comments

How did I get to this place of imbalance? My hip hurts, my back hurts and I just want to lie on the floor! This is a follow up to a question in the office this week….

Your body responds to all types of input from within and outside influences, like what you eat, the weather, how your move, i.e. run walk, twist, turn, what you hear and your minds interpretation of all of it. For instance, it is warm weather, you are not taking in enough water, which may lead to a slight to moderate dehydration, your brain is storing that information and chunks it with a twisting movement, and the emotional stress of having to chase a kid suddenly, or moving before the end of the month. You have unknowingly created a recipe for low back or hip pain. Now what do you do?

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Listening To Your Body

Oh my aching… shoulder?

Common Complaints on June 29th, 2009 No Comments

How is it possible that so many body parts are connected? Simple, we are a matrix of nerve and connective tissue that refer pain all over the place. That includes from places that you would not expect. Take for instance the shoulder pain that you have on and off for no good reason. Are you sure that the meds really take away the problem? What have you tried? Was it an injury?

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