See if you relate to any of the following situations:
- You have to curl up in a dark, quiet room with a migraine on a regular basis.
- Tennis elbow or shoulder pain make it difficult to work on your computer or play your favorite sport.
- Chronic low back pain or sciatica has you convinced you have a “bad back” that prevents you from being as active as you want.
- You are a woman who suffers pain related to hormonal shifts such as headaches, joint pain, or menstrual cramps.
- You are an athlete whose sport involves some wear and tear on the body, and you want to support your body’s recovery.
- You wish you could get rid of that irritating neck, shoulder or jaw tension that always seems to be in the background.
- You are noticing more frequent joint injuries, inflammation, and pain as you get older but still want to be active.
If any of the above resonates for you, please also know these are the types of people who have benefited from this approach:
- Dancers and artists
- Parents and caregivers
- Counselors and therapists
- Yoga and tai chi practitioners
- Members of the LGBTQ community
If this method still sounds like a fit, I’ve noticed what I do works best with people who:
- are interested in natural healing
- are curious and like to learn new things
- like to participate in their own well-being
- are open to new experiences and ideas
- like to move their bodies
- understand change is a process
Sound like you? Great!
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