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What is Cranial Sacral Therapy Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Acupressure, Osteopathy, Acupressure Treatment, Kidney Pain, Chiropractic Care
Geraldine Bright Bright4health, Cranial Sacral Therapist, Solana Beach
What is Cranial Sacral Therapy
The human body is truly an amazing machine! We are all aware that our bodies have muscles, nerves, fascia, bones etc….. These allow us to move, lift, produce force and get about our daily activities. But when we look a little more closely, we see that the body is a complex system consisting of many different chains. When we injure our self – we can often create a dysfunction or a weakness in a particular chain. This can then go on to create problems with the way we move or perform tasks. Thes... Physical Therapy, Fitness, Exercises, Muscle And Nerve, Physiotherapy, Physio, Core Muscles, Muscle Anatomy
The sling systems of the body and functional movements - Sydney Physio Solutions
The human body is truly an amazing machine! We are all aware that our bodies have muscles, nerves, fascia, bones etc….. These allow us to move, lift, produce force and get about our daily activities. But when we look a little more closely, we see that the body is a complex system consisting of many different chains. When we injure our self – we can often create a dysfunction or a weakness in a particular chain. This can then go on to create problems with the way we move or perform tasks. Thes...
Untitled Muscles, Remedial Massage, Massage Techniques, Rehab
clickshare.ga
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Fascia Hip Flexor, Fascia Stretching, Neck Pain, Massage Therapy, Yoga Anatomy
The FasciaBlaster®
Fascia
If the front chain is tight, Work out the back! Medical School Essentials
thedietfactory.co
If the front chain is tight, Work out the back!
The Spiral Line! This explains how your shoulders and hips work together. This line is also significantly impacted for all who sit for prolonged periods Body Muscle Anatomy, Medical Anatomy, Body Anatomy
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The Spiral Line! This explains how your shoulders and hips work together. This line is also significantly impacted for all who sit for prolonged periods