Dr. Asta Rackauskaite

/Dr. Asta Rackauskaite
Dr. Asta Rackauskaite 2019-06-04T17:12:07-06:00

About Dr. Asta Rackauskaite, Ph.D.

Asta Rackauskaite, IDM, LMT is an experienced Massage Therapist with outstanding training from the Santa Fe School of Massage (former Scherer Institute of Natural Healing). She has worked with a diverse group of clients and has served the Santa Fe community in clinics and numerous spa settings. Asta has extensive experience in the field of health and wellness, with various healing modalities, including but are not limited to:

Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Acupressure, Polarity, Cranial Sacral, and Shiatsu. To amplify and integrate effects of traditional body work, Asta uses aromatherapy, flower remedies and sound healing to address issues on more subtle levels of our being.

Asta excels in addressing issues of fatigue, neuromuscular issues, as well as emotional grief, forgiveness and heart connection concerns. Her client reviews and satisfaction levels are always noted as excellent and beyond.

Equally important to address is that Asta is a Licensed Spiritual Healer and a Quantum/Doctor. She is a highly experienced Medicine Woman with 10+ years of helping clients with distance healings, spiritual attunements, engaging the use of tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls, limpias and Selenite Swords of light  (working with the 5th-dimensional energies of Divine Love).

Asta engages a Wholistic approach to healing, integrating intuitive, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies into the physical expression of the Divine and she views the life of each individual as sacred.

Asta has a PhD in Healthcare Management and has received her Masters degree in Integrative Medicine from the International Quantum University of Integrative Medicine. Finally, Asta is proud to be board certified as a Doctor of Integrative Medicine (DIM).

Heart Quest is the most advanced global health evaluation system that accurately measures body’s major functional systems and is based on cutting edge technology HRV (Heart Rate Variability). It can successfully provide you with the information regarding your:

  • Neuro-Hormonal regulation
  • ANS regulation
  • Cardio-Vascular adaptation
  • Psyco-Emotional state
  • Mineral-Hormonal deficiencies
  • Chinese 5 element balance
  • Tridoshic balance
  • Meridian/Chi flow deficiency

    Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is the physiological phenomenon of variation in the time interval between heart beats. It is measured by the variation in the beat to beat intervals. We call this the time domain. A healthy heart rate variability is reflected by lots of variation in the time domain between successive heart beats. This would indicate a very robust
    autonomic nervous system. Someone with less variation between one heartbeat to the next has low heart rate variability and indicates decreased autonomic nervous system regulation. The importance of Heart Rate Variability is that it is controlled by the autonomic nervous system and therefore is a window into its function. The autonomic nervous system automatically influences the visceral organs, smooth muscle such as the blood vessels and glands and obviously a big influence on the heart. There are 2 branches to the autonomic
    nervous system, the Sympathetic nervous system and the Parasympathetic nervous system. The Sympathetic nervous system deals with stress situations and is sometimes referred to as the fight or flight system and is triggered by any stress such as conscious or unconscious psycho-emotional stress, toxins and electromagnetic influences. The opposite is the Parasympathetic nervous system and is coined the rest and digest system.

    The Sympathetic nervous system is involved in mobilizing energy and resources for survival and the Parasympathetic nervous system is involved in conserving energy and is highly involved with digestion. One is the gas pedal and the other is the brakes.

    The second component of Heart Rate Variability besides the time domain is the spectral analysis. The ECG is broken down into very specific frequency band widths that correspond to specific functions. Low frequency, for example, has to do with the Sympathetic nervous system and high frequency has to do with Parasympathetic nervous system function. Within these various frequency bandwidths is the proprietary information unique to the Heart Quest that can tell us information about meridians and other systems of the body that other
    heart rate variability technologies don’t have available.

    This Heart Quest HRV system is designed primarily for research and education. It is used to see how various treatments can affect the regulatory systems seen on the HRV.

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