About Your Entrainment

  • Arrive early for your entrainment to give yourself time to settle into the space, relax your body, and calm your mind. Please wear/bring comfortable clothes conducive to your entrainment.
  • Avoid eating heavy meals, smoking or consuming alcohol or caffeine before your entrainment.
  • Upon arrival, remove your outside wear, as well as belts and jewelry/accessories. Use the wicker baskets above the coat hooks to store your personal items. Bring your basket into the entrainment room with you.
  • The Office Manager will give you your travel card and notify you when it is time to head in.
  • Our entrainment room is open concept; this provides a safe community environment in which to heal. An open room is beneficial because the healing process is enhanced in the presence of others.
  • In the entrainment room, grab a facecloth, and a pair of socks (if necessary) and lie down on a table. Your travel card can be placed on the nearest surface to your table (ie. A stool, bureau, or side table).
  • Place all extraneous items under your table, so they are not underfoot.
  • During the entrainment, allow yourself to relax into the process and focus within. Stay connected with your body’s sensations and responses.
  • We encourage you to allow spontaneous breathing and movements to happen; this makes for easier connection to old patterns of tension. If you feel the desire to stretch, move or take a deep breath, follow your body’s instincts.
  • Once you are told that your entrainment is over, sit up slowly on your table.
  • Your Chiropractor will complete your travel card and hand it to you before you return to the reception area.
  • Drop your facecloth and socks (unballed) into the hamper. Please fold and replace any blankets or pillows you may have used, leaving your table clear for the next client.
  • We encourage you to record reflections on your physical, emotional, and mental well-being in your journal. This provides an excellent opportunity to create more connection and understanding in your life in general.
  • Sit and relax in the reception area, taking the time you need to adjust to “the outside world”.
  • If you feel you need extra time with your Chiropractor, please call or speak with a staff member.