Functional Movement Retraining

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1) BOOK a private session with me

2) LIVE Learning Intensives in Whitby, Ontario November 9-18th, 2018​

I am so overjoyed to announce the launch of www.resolvepainguru.com our new comprehensive online resource site with programs courses, videos and live events to help you reduce and resolve pain anytime, anywhere, from the comfort of your own home.

Check out our mission video below.

https://youtu.be/12hXd-my3RU

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The nervous system is the control center for your body. It interprets the things your body senses, and it sends information to the muscles and glands telling them what to do.

 

The nervous system includes the central (CNS) and peripheral (PNS) systems.

The central nervous system includes the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system includes the nerves that branch out from the spinal cord and the brain the periphery of the body.

It is refreshing to listen to this video in support of a new way of thinking about movement and back pain, relative to stability. Professor Peter O’Sullivan and other world renowned researchers are making waves to dispel the ways that many therapists and movement modalities have been looking at, understanding and approaching core stability.

It is important that you have a solid understanding of the difference pandiculation and stretching to inform the why and how of the work that you are doing with your SomaYoga therapist. A pandiculation - is the fundamental technique of Clinical Somatics, and the most effective way to re-educate muscles or chains of muscles that are tight, sore and in chronic pain. When you learn how to effectively "re-educate" muscles releasing them from involuntary chronic contraction, tension dissolves and strength and ease naturally appear. Here is why.

Sensory Motor Amnesia (SMA) is a memory loss of how to feel and control certain muscles or muscles groups in the body. It is a learned motor pattern of the nervous system whereby these muscles display a limited range of motion, maintain a higher than normal level of involuntary contraction at rest, experience ongoing pain, and other dysfunctions at rest or in use.

SMA is undiagnosible and untreatable through the traditional medical model because the treatment requires work involving the sensory motor feedback loop.