Carpal Tunnel Pain    
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Fun with Others
In the movement parts of the techniques, partner lessons expand the awareness and sensitivities of each participant. A safe field is encouraged and created within the group which supports learning, freedom of movement, and healing.
Neck Pain
For many people, the neck is an area of considerable trouble either being in pain or stiff. Composed of the smallest of the spinal vertebrae, the neck is one of the most vulnerable areas of our body.
Shoulder Pain
Difficulties with shoulder pain need to be considered in reference to the spine. If the vertebrae of the upper spine are twisted, or compressed together, pain can reflect in the shoulder.

These Workshops are Fun and Very Effective.


Carpal Tunnel Pain is a condition which greatly improves in Spinal Awareness Workshops and Trainings With Spinal and Skeletal Awareness, you learn that the problems in your wrist are reflected in tightness in your shoulders, stiffness in the whole spine, tension in the hips, holding in the chest and throughout the your entire self.
moving to health
The Movement and Touch processes of Spinal Awareness help you learn how to use yourself in a new way which permits your improvement. These fun, exciting workshops allow you to immediately find ways of releasing carpal tunnel pain as your whole body improves. Not a bitter medicine, Spinal Awareness is done in a humorous, painless, invigorating way. With time, most conditions of carpal tunnel and other wrist pain can heal and be eliminated.wrist movement for health

You will learn new ways of using yourself to move in ways which relax, integrate, and enliven you as your pain decreases and your condition heals.

An action that is done repeatedly, using only a small part of the body such as the hands and wrist, can lead to problems.

The Whole Body is Connected.

One difficulty can be one of alignment. If the bones of the arm-wrist-hand are not aligned correctly, the force of the action does not move through the skeleton but into the soft tissues. With time, these tissues become strained and inflamed leading to carpal tunnel pain and other wrist problems.
healing wrists
Variation is the key. Example: Computer use.

Let us consider the situation of someone who works with a computer much of the time.

Working at a computer keyboard, the fingers, hands, wrist, and forearm have to work in a very limited range of movement. Over time, the upper arms, shoulders, neck, chest, back, abdomen, hips, legs, feet all tighten by not being moved. As the rest of the body tightens the strain is increased on the hands and wrist. Soon we have tension and, perhaps, pain, injury. Carpal Tunnel Pain is born.

Spinal Awareness provides tools to help compensate for and improve carpal tunnel pain symptoms. By stopping during the course of work and taking a few moments to use some of the lying or standing movements, we can begin to ease the whole body. The short muscles of the rest of the body have to lengthen, to relax. The tension and stress in your wrist can relax reversing the conditions that lead to carpal tunnel pain.

Even a few minutes of attention to the movements of Spinal Awareness can have a huge effect on your health and well-being. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain be gone!

You will learn ways to release and heal your carpal tunnel and other pain. You will learn things you can do in only some minutes spent a day to attune to, to lengthen and realign your body with soft, sensitive movement will re balance and allow your body to remain healthy.

The touch lessons of Spinal Awareness will also assist in the improvements. By directly stimulating the spinal column, and reminding our bodies of the variations possible in our back, the fluidity and balance of the spine is enhanced.

We can learn to compensate for the imbalances created by our work, play, and injuries. Spinal Awareness gives you the tools to take an active part in your well being rather than being a passive victim to your stress, tension, and pain.

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