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Spinal Awareness is a way of learning, not a therapy or treatment. It is taught with Individual Hands-on sessions and group classes.
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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.
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Whiplash Pain
Spinal Awareness is designed to allow the victim of a whiplash to begin to find ways of relieving this pain, tightening and compensation in their body. The Individual Sessions remind the muscles of the body begin to relax, to lengthen.
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You Can Learn How to Relieve Jaw Pain.

JAW PAIN, TENSION

help for jaw painSpinal Awareness Workshops and Trainings will give you ways to quickly relieve jaw pain. You will learn exciting movements that heal you. We do not go first to the jaw to try to make a change. By getting the whole body to relax, the jaw is able to begin to improve.

TMJ

TMJ is a widespread problem. Difficulties such as a clicking when the mouth is opened, tension, grinding of the teeth, and/or pain in one side or both sides of the jaw, arise.

With Skeletal Awareness we know that if there is a problem in the jaw, it is a symptom of a problem reflected in the whole body. If the jaw is tight, so is the neck, the shoulders, the chest, the hips, the abdomen, the lower back, the arms, and the legs.

In Spinal Awareness Programs you will experience movement and touch lessons that decrease the holding throughout your whole body. As your whole body relaxes and becomes more enlivened, we can create a condition where your jaw pain and tension will improve.

Jaw pain is often one of the easier things to change using the tools of Spinal Awareness. The jaw bears no weight and will heal quickly if you learn new ways of using it.

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