Benefits of Earthing

Benefits of Earthing
Earthing, also known as grounding, involves direct physical contact with the Earth's surface, such as walking barefoot on grass, sand, or soil. This practice allows the body to absorb electrons from the Earth, which proponents believe can restore balance and promote health. Whether it's walking barefoot outdoors, swimming in natural bodies of water, or using specially designed grounding mats indoors, the goal is to reconnect with the Earth's natural energy for potential health benefits.Earthing ...
Posted on 2024-02-27

Pelvic Floor Tips for Everyday

Pelvic Floor Tips for Everyday
                                                                      Pelvic floor Tips for Everyday Don’t Hold your Breath! When we hold our breath during activities that require effort (lifting, exercising, pushing, pulling) it creates excessive downward pressure into the pelvic floor a...
Posted on 2023-09-10

Feeling Under the Pain

Feeling Under the Pain Tuning out pain can be a mode of survival. We learn throughout our lives to shut down when we have a moment of trauma or injury. We can thank our brain and central nervous system for that. Which at the time of injury or trauma, can help to save us. The trouble with this though, is that many times, that shutting down can create a host of problems later on. So during treatment, we talk a lot about “tuning in” and feeling into the sensations. At times, these sen...
Posted on 2022-06-07

How is Myofascial Release different?

How is Myofascial release different?  I have been getting asked this question lately so I thought I would shed some light on the topic.  I think a better question to answer is " How is John Barnes Myofascial  Release " different?  John Barnes, PT, is the founder of the concept of sustained  pressure MFR. This is the concept used in authentic MFR and the type of MFR that I use every day with patients. So, why is it different?  John Barnes teaches his therapists to u...
Posted on 2019-03-11

Treating Back Pain with WHAT????

Have you ever wondered why your low back pain hasn’t improved or gone away, despite many efforts with therapy, massage or chiropractic adjustments?  It could be that often much of the treatment has focused on the spine or hips alone.  There is typically no attention paid to a very important structure, which happens to be the tailbone!  There are muscles that attach to and support your pelvis and tailbone including back muscles, abdominal muscles, other hip muscles, as we...
Posted on 2018-03-07
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