Your nervous system controls all the organs, tissues, and cells in your body. Network Spinal Care (formerly known as Network Spinal Analysis) allows your body to release stored tension through a series of gentle touches over the spine. Network Spinal Care can change the vibrational tone of your nervous system and enable it to function better. The result can be greater flexibility and comfort, which can allow you to live a fuller and more active life.
Many things can cause stress. The stress trigger can be emotional, physical or chemical, and the body converts the stressor’s energy and stores it as body tension. Network Spinal Care will help you take the energy that’s stored in your body as tension, and use it as fuel for your healing process. With consistent Network Spinal Care, you will be able to develop strategies to recognize your stored body tension and spontaneously move and breathe to release it.
Some of the Network Spinal Care contact areas are called Spinal Gateways. A Spinal Gateway is a specific area of the spine which is open and unguarded. This section of the spine processes new information which then allows the body to heal itself.
There are two different healing strategies within Network Spinal Care. One is called the Body-Breath Wave, and it allows you to re-connect your body and breath to release tension. Later in care, a Body-Mind Wave develops, which is a deep connection between you body and your mind. In this wave, you will have spontaneous spine movements, which gradually build and improve your health and wellness over time.
Network Spinal Care teaches the body to heal itself by expanding the scope and awareness of your breathing and spinal movements. This creates a connection between your body, mind and breath.
Clients say that Network Spinal Care dramatically improves their ability to cope with stress, and to make healthier life choices.
Other reported benefits include:
Used consistently, Network Spinal Care can improve your quality of life.
The developer of Network Spinal Analysis ( now known as Network Spinal Care), Donny Epstein, DC, delivered his first Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) seminar to chiropractors in 1984. Since that time, chiropractors have been practising NSA around the world. Although the NSA technique is not taught in Canadian chiropractic schools, it is taught as core curriculum in several American chiropractic colleges. Canadian chiropractors can study NSA through post-graduate courses both here and abroad.
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