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Have you ever thought about your emotions relationship to your spine?
What are your nerves tapping into when they fire off?
In years as a Fitness Trainer, and now as a Transformation Specialist, I've been told over and over how people feel trapped in their bodies. After years of dealing with emotional and physical pain that has repeatedly showing up in different forms, they are ready to get their body back. And their life.
One of the most common ailments I hear about it is, "I have a bad back." 9 times out of 10, most people are dealing with postural deviations. If you've ever twisted the wrong way and gotten a sharp pain, you know how quickly pain can amplify. You begin feeling sensations you've never felt, and it feels like your body is screaming.
Tapped & Trapped
What most people don't have is an accident or other injury that would substantiate the claim of pain. What they do have are postural deviations... and trapped emotions. Although there wasn't a direct physical explanation for it, many times there was an emotional component. One that was very old. So old in many cases that it had become a subconscious pain, with the cause being well hidden. It's very disconcerting to have headaches, stomach aches, a sore back - with emotions firing, and not knowing why.
Line it up
After years of feeling crazy, isolating and alternative treatemnts, it's a huge relief when the 'a-ha' comes. It's time for the body, mind and heart to reconcile. When all of the energy going out to old emotion and trapped thoughts are uprooted and resolved, it's time to align. Engaging new ways to lengthen the spine, along with other F.I.T. practices allows new energy in the body to line it up and branch out emotionally, energetically, spiritually and intellectually.
Getting to know their body again, without pain, my clients are able to work on getting their life in full swing, to really Rock it. And they Rock!
Stop Managing, Start Living
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