Block Therapy: Mini Intensive

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Over time, because of gravity, sitting, breathing with our secondary respiratory muscles and dehydration, we tend to collapse through the ribcage and fascia freezes us in a forward downward posture at a force of 2000 pounds per square inch. Our pelvis and hips migrate out of their correct alignment. Our blood and energy flow becomes blocked and our tissues become congested with wastes and toxins. The result is chronic pain, illness and premature aging. Block Therapy is the solution. These Mini Intensives are designed to combat the frozen fascia in our bodies! Attend one or all 6. No prior experience with Block Therapy is required.

March 19 – Headaches & Neck Strain
As our upper body collapses forward, our head is pulled forward resulting in an immense amount of pressure on the back of our neck and head. In this class we work to release fascial restrictions to relieve headaches and neck strain.

March 26 – Shoulder, Arm & Hand Health
As our upper body collapses forward, our shoulders are pulled forward resulting in pain, impaired range of motion through the shoulder joints and reduced blood and energy flow down to the arm and hand. In this class we work to release fascial restrictions to bring more mobility to joints and reduce tension in the shoulders, arms and hands.

April 2 – Low Back & Hip Health
As our posture is compromised, our pelvis and hips migrate out of their ideal alignment leading to low back issues and sciatic pain. In this class we work to release fascial restrictions to realign the pelvis and hip joints reducing low back pain and hip issues.

April 9 – Knee & Foot Health
As our pelvis and hips migrate out of their ideal alignment, we experience pain and dysfunction at the level of the knees and feet. In this class we work to release fascial restrictions to realign the knee joints and bring mobility to the feet.

April 16 – Digestion, Elimination & Immune System Health
Over time, fascia will bind and twist all the tissues of the body and this includes all the organs. In this class we work to release fascial restrictions that cause compression through our gastrointestinal organs thereby improving digestion, elimination and immune system function.

April 23 – Cardiovascular & Respiratory Health
As we collapse forward through the ribcage, the structures of our cardiovascular and respiratory systems become compressed. In this class we work to release fascial restrictions affecting these systems thereby improving blood and oxygen flow throughout the body.

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