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Remember Your Bones
Skeletal Awareness is a way of getting in touch with an important part of ourselves, our Skeleton...If we become aware of our bones, we can find ways of moving to reduce tension and stress.
Healing Touch
With soft, sensitive touch Spinal Awareness has the focus initially around the spinal column. This work is painless, pleasant with never the attempt to push, stretch, crack, break-up, or otherwise manipulate the spine.
Yoga Pain
From Spinal Awareness and Skeletal Awareness you will learn how to view your limitations in Yoga not just as problems in the muscles, but difficulties arising from you not thinking about what your bones are doing in each position.
These Workshops Teach You New Ways to Heal .
relax to health
With the movement, partner, and touch lessons experienced in Spinal Awareness Workshops and Trainings you learn how to use yourself in new ways that help you often immediately improve even very painful conditions of your lower back. Spinal Awareness Workshops are fun, playful and help you rolling to healthlearn to heal.

In Spinal Awareness Programs you learn what movements you can use to help the improvement of your back pain. Spinal Awareness teaches you to begin to visualize and use your skeleton as it is best used for your health and well-being.

Without Spinal Awareness our vertebrae often have restricted movement, the muscles remaining tense. The tensions in our muscles continue to compress, pushing the vertebrae together. The area where the spine and the pelvis come together is a joint, a movable area. This becomes rigid. Over a time, these conditions lead to a deterioration in the body. Lower back pain, sciatica, leg pain, foot pain and other horrors are often inevitable for many persons.
touch for healing
With Spinal Awareness Workshops and Trainings you will learn how to help yourself improve and heal your back.

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