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Eduardo Barrera

Location: Freeland, WA US
Website: http://t.co/vatpLXfwBL


Have you ever seen a cheetah pull a hamstring or have a back spasm? As a former pain sufferer of fibromyalgia turned to somatic health educator, I've learned that healthy vertebrate animals use a very interesting process "not" to be stiff and move as agilely as they do. This very same process which comes with the $5 word of pandiculation is what is at the very heart of somatics exercises which were systematized by Thomas Hanna, the author of Somatics. As a Hanna Somatic Educator®, we teach people how to primarily get out of physical pain with the same natural animal act so that we don't have to live with the limitations of muscle cramps, spasms, tightness, stiffness, lack of mobility and the stress we carry and feel in our muscles. Changing muscles happens through a brain event which our fellow healthy animals have known all along. The brain can change how muscles hold themselves together, which in many cases is way over the necessary resting limit. Often times, when that happens... you got pain... ouch. Reducing the level or rate of tension is what allows muscles to relax and remember where that comfortable resting level is... merely by resetting the brain's cortex through a simple, direct process. Who knew it could so easy... well Fido knows and so do the cheetahs. 3 simple steps is all it takes to be moving as free as a child since it's just movement software... and like our computers, we can easily update our own movement software and know what our fellow animals have been showing us all along. You can find out for yourself how easy it is to feel free, for free.