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Navigating Chronic Pain (Pain Management Week)

285.00 AED

Instructor : Jacquie Sadek

Start Date : June 05, 2020

Timing : 9am - 12pm

Known as the deepest muscles in the human body; it is crucial for proper thigh movement as it affects our structural balance, muscular integrity, flexibility, strength, and range of motion, joint mobility and organ functioning. It continually massages organs, blood vessels and nerves of the trunk promoting the fluid required throughout the body to help us feel grounded and centered. This fluid is the energy that passes through our emotions which are magnetic and our thoughts which are electric. Chronic pain lies dormant in this muscle affecting how we function on a daily basis as humans chronic pain becomes habitual leading us to believe this trauma is our identity. In this three-hour workshop we will activate chronic pain by drawing it to the surface, fatigue the chronic pain and then release and heal the body as a whole. The only muscle to connect the spine to the legs, it is linked to the diaphragm through fascia impacting our fear reflexes. All unresolved fear is communicated through the psoas which directly affects the pelvis. Breathing is affected due to the ancient brain stem (reptilian); the part of the brain that controls the body’s vital functions such as heart rate, balance and body temperature as well as the spinal chord.
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Known as the deepest muscles in the human body; it is crucial for proper thigh movement as it affects our structural balance, muscular integrity, flexibility, strength, and range of motion, joint mobility and organ functioning. It continually massages organs, blood vessels and nerves of the trunk promoting the fluid required throughout the body to help us feel grounded and centered. This fluid is the energy that passes through our emotions which are magnetic and our thoughts which are electric. Chronic pain lies dormant in this muscle affecting how we function on a daily basis as humans chronic pain becomes habitual leading us to believe this trauma is our identity. In this three-hour workshop we will activate chronic pain by drawing it to the surface, fatigue the chronic pain and then release and heal the body as a whole. The only muscle to connect the spine to the legs, it is linked to the diaphragm through fascia impacting our fear reflexes. All unresolved fear is communicated through the psoas which directly affects the pelvis. Breathing is affected due to the ancient brain stem (reptilian); the part of the brain that controls the body’s vital functions such as heart rate, balance and body temperature as well as the spinal chord.