Infinite Healing Touch, LLC

Infinite Healing Touch, LLC


I am counting the days till my cupping class on April 22. Who wants to be a Guinea pig when I return?
Just a few fun facts to explore...who wants to reduce workplace stress by 85%? I know I'd be honored to give that gift to anyone :o)
Hello Everyone! It's a great day to stay cozy. Flurries in the air, a brisk wind playing with the trees, and the call of a heated massage table ready to create a blissful haven of warm there room for massage in your day? If so, give me a call, I have a few spots open :o) and here is the end of the year special:

‘Tis the Season to be Kneaded ☺

Give yourself and those you love the gift of peace and well-being:

Massage gift certificates are Buy 3 get 1 free now through Dec. 31, 2015

Find them at:

Infinite Healing Touch, LLC
Jennifer Geib, LMT
(Located at Shades of Summer 1007 N. 6th Street Wausau, WI 54403)
I have to say that Jennifer gives the best massage I've ever had and I have had massages regularly. I miss you my friend. Both as a massage therapist and as a girlfriend!
The city of Wausau is sooo fortunate to have Jennifer Geib for massage therapy!! She does a great job!!

If you are looking for ways to improve your quality of life and find relief from accumulated stress and pain, you've stopped at the right page :o)

I am passionate about creating and living a healthy, active and engaged lifestyle. The power of awareness and choice is phenomenal! It is my mission to offer this gift to all who wish to live an elevated quality of life. A great massage can help create the relaxation and space needed for you to rest your brain, free yourself from pain and be open to receive the good things in life. Please contact

Operating as usual

Free Qigong Secrets Masterclass for Spiritual Healing & Life Mastery! ✨ 02/13/2022

Free Qigong Secrets Masterclass for Spiritual Healing & Life Mastery! ✨

Just completed Day 2 of this four day “MasterClass”
Always refreshing to hear I am on the right track with my internal narrative adjustments. The sound healing bit was resonant and clearing. Sign up if you want to deep dive into the wisdom of holding space for “both/and” rather than “either/or” in your life flow🤗

Free Qigong Secrets Masterclass for Spiritual Healing & Life Mastery! ✨ Join us on ​​​​​​​February 12, 13, 14 & 15, 2022 | 9-10 AM


Message from White Eagle, Hopi indigenous.

“This moment humanity is going through can now be seen as a portal and as a hole. The decision to fall into the hole or go through the portal is up to you.

If you repent of the problem and consume the news 24 hours a day, with little energy, nervous all the time, with pessimism, you will fall into the hole. But if you take this opportunity to look at yourself, rethink life and death, take care of yourself and others, you will cross the portal. Take care of your homes, take care of your body. Connect with your spiritual House.

When you are taking care of yourselves, you are taking care of everything else. Do not lose the spiritual dimension of this crisis; have the eagle aspect from above and see the whole; see more broadly.

There is a social demand in this crisis, but there is also a spiritual demand -- the two go hand in hand. Without the social dimension, we fall into fanaticism. But without the spiritual dimension, we fall into pessimism and lack of meaning. You were prepared to go through this crisis. Take your toolbox and use all the tools available to you.

Learn about resistance of the indigenous and African peoples; we have always been, and continue to be, exterminated. But we still haven't stopped singing, dancing, lighting a fire, and having fun. Don't feel guilty about being happy during this difficult time.

You do not help at all being sad and without energy. You help if good things emanate from the Universe now. It is through joy that one resists. Also, when the storm passes, each of you will be very important in the reconstruction of this new world.

You need to be well and strong. And for that, there is no other way than to maintain a beautiful, happy, and bright vibration. This has nothing to do with alienation.
This is a resistance strategy. In shamanism, there is a rite of passage called the quest for vision. You spend a few days alone in the forest, without water, without food, without protection. When you cross this portal, you get a new vision of the world, because you have faced your fears, your difficulties.

This is what is asked of you:
Allow yourself to take advantage of this time to perform your vision-seeking rituals. What world do you want to build for you? For now, this is what you can do -- serenity in the storm. Calm down, pray every day. Establish a routine to meet the sacred every day.

Good things emanate; what you emanate now is the most important thing. And sing, dance, resist through art, joy, faith, and MOST IMPORTANT - LOVE."

❤️(Feel free to share by copy and paste, as I did)❤️

What Are Antiviral Herbs? – LearningHerbs 04/10/2020

What Are Antiviral Herbs? – LearningHerbs

have a beautiful day🤗

What Are Antiviral Herbs? – LearningHerbs Learn about antiviral herbs and how they work, along with a time-honored western herbal formula for symptoms of an upper respiratory viral infection.


I think I miss giving you all massages as much as you miss receiving them. My daily gratitude lifts me up so I can rise above the chaos. I beam healing light to all of you each day. Let me know how you’re playing with your free time these days🤗

By Richard Wagamese
"Embers, One Ojibway’s Meditations"

Wellness~ 04/05/2020

Stop. Smile. Breathe!

You’ve heard the expressions. Breathe easy. Take one’s breath away. A breath of fresh air. Such idioms are plentiful in the English language. And then we have words such as inspire, aspire, respire and expire, all of which are related to breath.

The blowhole of a whale is called its spiracle, the aperture through which the whale “breathes” [that] aids in the respiration of the whale, its “breathing” in and out…when a whale expires, it has “breathed” out its last “breath.” When you are inspired, an idea is “breathed” into your mind. If you work hard, you aspire to, or “breathe” towards, a goal.

What these words have is common is that they contain the root “spir” derived from the Latin spīritus meaning breath, spirit, wind, blowing, puff, or blast. And so, our words make a connection between spirit and breath.

Before Breathing Became Branded~
During the normal course of the day, we don’t think about our breathing. It just happens as part of our autonomic nervous system. Yet, as shamans, we employ breathing awareness techniques to help in our healing rituals, ceremonies, prayers and journeys. Conscious breath awareness and control are essential components of many spiritual, meditative and healing practices. Many different kinds of breathing techniques exist, some of which are now trademarked. But before breathing became branded, it was just plain conscious breathing.

Lamaze and the Shaman~
Who would have thought that birthing mothers who practice Lamaze breathing techniques are doing essentially the same as the teachers of yoga, tai chi or shamanic practices? For delivering mothers, working with the breath helps at a cognitive level as they direct their focus on something other than their pain. On a physiological level, the breathing starts to work on the mind and body, and circulation and oxygenation increases. As bodies release tension and anxiety, there is room to work with a much wider range of comfort measures during labor than there would be otherwise.

The Speed of Breath~
Just as in Lamaze breathing, the rate of the breath is important. Don Oscar Miro Quesada, originator of Pachakuti Mesa Tradition cross-cultural shamanism writes, “The faster you breathe, the less you’ll ‘feel.’ At 26 breaths per minute one can transcend pain, heat the blood, shut down ego, and vanish bodily sensations. Extraordinary human capabilities arise, yet strain and fatigue appear.

Rapid breath disconnects one from the physical. The slower you breathe the more you’ll “feel” and the greater your interaction with the universe will be. Long, slow, deep breath is essential to opening the heart and controlling energy within your own body, as well as directing it to others. Different energy/breath/visualization patterns are useful for different purposes. The combination of breath and visualization is powerful. Breath draws in energy and the ability to visualize helps to direct that energy for personal healing or for healing others.

Shamans use conscious breathing techniques for different reasons, such as for energizing, meditating, relaxation, focusing and entering non-ordinary consciousness, yet the physiological part works the same way. For example, when preparing for a journey, a shaman uses breathing to bring into focus the intention for the journey and to relax into a state of mind which facilitates the journey; Conscious breathing is also used to increase the ability to hold and retain spirit medicine during healing ceremonies; to energize in preparation for ceremony or to transmit healing energy; and to clear dense energy.

Breath as Bridge~
Miro Quesada adds “Hampikamayoq breathwork is a ‘shamanic bridge’ between Cosmos and Self. It elicits experiences of non-ordinary consciousness in the practitioner in which shamanic vision and guidance is provided through access to archetypal realms of awareness. In these realms we find spirit helpers, power animals and other ancestral medicine allies who offer themselves for engagement. This allows us to act as holders of shamanic power.” Of course, we use our breath to speak prayers, and in shamanic practices, when used forcefully to emphasize and transmit prayers or medicine. Florida water is often imbibed, held in the mouth and then sprayed out using the breath over its intended subject, either a person, ritual object, or mesa.

A Simple Daily Ritual~
One shamanic practitioner I know performs a simple daily ritual using her breath while standing in front of her mesa. It goes something like this: After visualizing a white light surrounding and protecting herself, family and friends, she inhales the breath of her mesa to imbibe the wisdom, power and grace of all the lineage of shamans who came before her. And then she blows her breath into her mesa as a gift of herself in service to the Great Cosmos: a perfect circle of respiration; of inhale and exhale, of give and take, of within and without.~



Covid_19_Protecting_Your_Family_Dr_Dave_Price_3_22_2020 03/28/2020


Great info from a frontline Doctor in New York! I hope you are all healthy and finding ways to thrive in quarantine.

If you’re nervous or fearful, forget the beltway media and press play to listen to Dr. Dave.
I feel so much better after hearing this!

Talking points in case you’re in a hurry:
~It’s not airborne, it’s droplet transmission. ~Unless you have it, you don’t need an N95 mask, but you may want to wear a mask or bandana when out and about to train yourself to NOT touch your face.
~Be a “hand nazi” know where they’ve been and keep ‘me clean.
~IF you develop COVID19 and have a fever, KNOW who you’ve been in long, sustained contact with (15-30 min or more in a closed room with no mask of any kind) over the prior 2-3 days and notify them so they can follow the rules (isolate from household, separate bathroom, Wait 3-4 days. no symptoms? Free to roam again)
~sanitizing groceries and immediately washing all clothes after going to the store is NOT necessary

Those are the basics that give me confidence I can keep myself, and you my clients who find me essential, safe once this quarantine period lifts.
Be well! (((SocialDistancingHugs)))

Covid_19_Protecting_Your_Family_Dr_Dave_Price_3_22_2020 Dr. David Price of Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City shares information in a Mar. 22 Zoom call with family and friends on empowering and protecting families…

Photos from Infinite Healing Touch, LLC's post 03/17/2020

So...I (fingers crossed) intend to venture up to Wausau April 1-5...I’ll have time for massages, if anyone is in need. We can wear masks, it’ll be fun😂 Also, my Norwex business has all you need to keep your surfaces clean and safe for your family, please consider having a look there. We got this🤗

Timeline photos 03/10/2020

I discover this more deeply every time I sit🙏🏽



Off to Hawaii I go to Free my mind, Grow my Lomi heart, and Mend my Soul🐬🍀💞🌴🌺



Yes! This!


Half the battle is recognizing the subtle signals and cues that your body gives you. Each time you shine the light of awareness on “what is mine to do in THIS moment?”, you open yourself to FEEL when rest and nurture are needed to keep you in balance.

What are some of your favorite ways to press the reset button?


Hello Wausau Folks! I have a few appts available The week of Feb 3-9. Message or call to reserve time🤗


I feel the truth of this knitting my life back together. How are you cultivating inner peace?


As I sing my way through holiday preparations I think of this...And hey Wausau friends, I’ll be in town from Festivus through New Year. I’ve got some massage times available, if you need to “clean up after the party” let me know 🌲


Yes! This! My mama always did say "the hurrier I go, the behinder I get." Now, as an adult, I feel deeply the truth in that statement. I am discovering that, when I'm feeling frantic, rushed, and harried by the things that "have to be done," that is when I MUST stop doing, and give myself space to just BE. I sit, I feel, and I breathe. Deep conscious breaths. Full big exhales create the vacuum to breathe in gratitude. Once my inner space is balanced and calm in THIS moment, then and only then, do I return to the list. Often the things needing to be done take care of themselves with very little effort and half the time it would have taken had I just powered through. The magic of breath is ever surprising and inspiring in it's simplicity. How has your breath informed or inspired your life flow?


Yes, it is that easy. The key is to do mindfully and consistently. In THIS moment...and THIS moment....after all, ”ordinary things done consistently produce extraordinary results.” ~Keith Cunningham~

Have a Beautiful Day🌺


Yes, yes it is.

New photo by Jennifer Geib 04/26/2019

New photo by Jennifer Geib

Yes! "When's the last time somebody rubbed you the right way?"
~Marianne Karpati~

New photo by Jennifer Geib


The pull of the brilliant moon; and a mournful wail from a migrating loon, woke me with an irresistible urge to go out and walk. Walk in that beautiful gloaming tone that is 5:15 AM, before the sun stains all that inky indigo with it's blush. And so I did. I hope you enjoyed this glorious Easter weekend in your own unique way. Blessed Be :)


Good glorious morning everyone! Life is settling into a great flow for me and I wish the same for all of you😀🐬
Update:You can book with me most days at The Therapeutic Touch in Lake Geneva, one day each weekend at Wildroots in Salem (online booking available) and occasionally Shades of Summer in Wausau (stay tuned here for Wausau travel plans). Thanks for playing, and have a beautiful day!


Plans for my next trip north are afoot...I have some massage times available in the Wausau area Wednesday April 3rd through Saturday April 6th. Call or text 801-808-4586 to reserve your time 😊 Have a beautiful March and see you soon!


If you’re in the Lake Geneva area, you can find me at The Therapeutic Touch 🤗

“Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.” ~Jack Kornfield


Yes, this!



Hi! I’ll be in Wausau and have a few appts available, February 5, 8 & 9...who’s in for some R&R?

Dedicate - Day 0 - Welcome To Dedicate | Yoga With Adriene 01/01/2019

Dedicate - Day 0 - Welcome To Dedicate | Yoga With Adriene

Time for my yearly reset. Who’s with me?Adriene is an amazing guide and I look forward to this month to freshen my daily practice every year 🤗🐬🌈🍀🧚‍♀️

Dedicate - Day 0 - Welcome To Dedicate | Yoga With Adriene Welcome to Dedicate! This video is the official kick off for your 30 Day Yoga Journey! In this short orientation video I share my top three tips for success ...

Smell the Flowers, Blow the Candle: 5 Ways to Introduce our Kids to Meditation. 12/14/2018

Smell the Flowers, Blow the Candle: 5 Ways to Introduce our Kids to Meditation.

Lovely ideas🤗

Smell the Flowers, Blow the Candle: 5 Ways to Introduce our Kids to Meditation. We are giving humankind this opportunity by teaching our young to meditate, to cultivating love, kindness, and compassion.

Flu Blasting, Kid-Approved Elderberry Syrup Recipe - Wilder Child 12/14/2018

Flu Blasting, Kid-Approved Elderberry Syrup Recipe - Wilder Child

I found another recipe to try. Time to restock the rosehips. I have everything else 🤗

Flu Blasting, Kid-Approved Elderberry Syrup Recipe - Wilder Child Homemade, all natural elderberry syrup


How have you loved and accepted your self today?

Self-love is sexy.


Happy Thanksgiving!

6 Simple Steps How To Recharge Your Spiritual Energy Using Your Hands - Conscious Reminder 11/10/2018

6 Simple Steps How To Recharge Your Spiritual Energy Using Your Hands - Conscious Reminder

Simple ways to maintain the post massage glow ☀️

6 Simple Steps How To Recharge Your Spiritual Energy Using Your Hands - Conscious Reminder Within each and every one of us is the power to heal. When we cut ourselves, our body repairs the wound. When we cry, our hearts and minds begin to calm and comfort us. We all have this innate healing ability inside of us, we just have to remember that it is there. Our bodies …



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