Our body has an extraordinary ability to naturally heal

  • The process helped if the spine, the nervous system and the body are less tense
  • After each session your spine will be more flexible thanks to the self healing strategies that you are developing in NSA (respiratory wave)
  • Your awareness of the process enhances progress and supports sustainability
  • Celebrate the fact that you are able to heal

 Flexibility is affected by physical, emotional, biochemical and / or electromagnetic traumas

  • The presence of tension in your body indicates that these events have not been “digested” fully yet.
  • Become aware using SRI of where in your body you are restricted or stiff. Pay attention to that area? How does that area feel?
  • How flexible is your body? How does it feel when you stretch out and increase your range of motion?
  • If you are still feeling inflexible and stiff, it means that your body doesn’t yet have enough healing strategies to release the tension

What stops you moving? Is it pain? Is it fear? Is it something else? Chronic patterns often take time to heal. How can you become more aware of your pattern?

Tension can express itself as pain, lack of flexibility, stress, bad posture, lack of coordination, more difficulty in healing injuries or traumas

How Network Spinal Analysis and Somato-Respiratory Integration exercises can help you with lack of flexibility and lack of freedom of movement

  • The respiratory wave is the best strategy to help you connect and release tension in the spine
  • Tension can only be healed from the inside if you reach a state of peace or ease which is best created with the application of NSA on the spine
  • The Respiratory Wave and the Stage 1, 2 and 3 SRI exercises are essential during this process to help the brain to reorganize itself at a higher level of function
  • Becoming aware in the first and a necessary step to increase your self-healing capacities

 Questions and key observations to deepen the season of discovery on this subject

  • How would you like to be more flexible?
  • In your body?
  • In your mind?
  • In your approach to life?
  • Discover where you are restricted in your body and life? Ask yourself questions about your physical body, your thoughts and your reactions to situations or people? What could change and how would you and your loved ones benefit from increased flexibility?
  • Where in your body are do you lack flexibility? Think of life situations where you are less than flexible. How could these be different?
  • How easily do you relax? Do you know where you hold tension is in your body?
  • Observe how your internal tensions affect your external relationships, attitudes and habits and vice versa.