Limit Time and Availablity Oct-Dec 2021 Set up a time for you to release, reset, and revive. Expect 5 hours of treatment and Guidance. (you are the only client that day) You set the intent and take the time to go within to find out. I hold the space and take the time to support, guide, and listen. (self-treatment guidance packet) You are not broken….we are not fixing any symptoms.
For results remember the basics (3-5 minutes to change holding patterns do not force past the barrier) Performing two to three self-treatment techniques daily between appointment Focus on body awareness ideas: music, books guided mediation or when exercising Notice any daily activities or sleeping positions that may be exacerbating the pain. Build awareness of stress factors that may influence the condition Knowing and taking the time to do the home
Another great tool and wonderful pictures and directions. This book, by Drucilla J. Lkens Pape, OTR/L, guides you through self-treatment using Myofascial Release for your breast health. It is also important for those of us who have fibrous calcified tissues to bring back to their original state. Also crucial for those who had a lumpectomy, post-mastectomy with or without reconstruction. Works wonderfully with implants or reductions; the scar tissue can
End of the Ice Age Reading the article linked below shows you that things do change with knowledge. In 1978 Gabe Mirkin, MD made this acronym RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation)–now he believes it may delay healing. After 6 hours of injury, ice is not helping but maybe delaying your body response to heal. https://www.mdtsa.ch/IMG/pdf/mdt_article_-_rice__the_end_of_an_ice_age.pdf#:~:text=RICE%3A%20The%20End%20of%20an%20Ice%20Age%20Posted,Health%20care%20practitioners%20to%20laypersons%20are%20quick%20to