Most of us have many habitual patterns of tension, learned both consciously and unconsciously. These patterns can be unlearned, enabling the possibility of new choices in posture, movement and reaction. During sessions you'll develop awareness of habits that interfere with your natural coordination. You'll learn how to undo these patterns and develop the ability to consciously redirect your whole self into an optimal state of being and functioning. Through this new found physical understanding you will be better go about your daily activities with increasingly greater ease and less effort.
Through a combination of treatment, movement retaining and imagery individuals of all ages can recognize and unlearn habits of tension that interfere with posture. Regaining good posture for the long-term - free of stiffness and tension is the goal.
A leading contributing factor of musculoskeletal pain (and often its underlying cause) is unrecognized patterns of excess tension. A common response to pain is further tension which usually exacerbates discomfort. Because it teaches how to recognize and unlearn these habitual patterns, Movement Retraining has long been known for its effectiveness in relieving neck, back and joint pain for the long-term.
By teaching how to respond to any stimulus with less tension, Movement Retraining enables you to better handle life’s stresses.
Repetitive strain injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic back pain, headaches and stress-related disorders are common to many computer users. With a better understanding and body awareness you can learn how to avoid injury and relieve the tension and pain often associated with computer use.
Your body, your instrument. Just as an instrument needs to be taken care of and maintained so does your body. You are incased in your one and only body for the course of your life time. Make the most of it by investing in its care and in its needs. By doing this your body will better function and your quality of life will improve greatly.
Nothing makes you look more confident, fit, and energetic than good posture. When your back is straight and you hold your head high, you look as if you are ready for anything. When you slouch, with your chest concave and your shoulders up to your ears, you look stressed and negative. You don’t want to send that message.
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