If you’ve ever been in a car that’s broken down and you don’t know how to fix it, then you know the feeling!
- The worry that can come with isolation and possible vulnerability.
- The angst that can come with having to change plans.
- The stress of possible financial costs not to mention the inconvenience.
Imagine how different the scenario could play out if you knew exactly what was going on, and how to fix it!
Because in reality that’s all it is… knowledge, experience and application.
Blessing come in many disguises
i’m often quizzed about how i’ve come up with (and still discovering), the many techniques of repair and restoration that can very quickly return even the most broken body to a high level of performance.
The truth is it’s called pain!
i’ve experienced a lot of physical pain in my life!
This is by no way a winge or complaint.
If i could consciously choose not to have experienced so much damaged, would i have it any other way?
Absolutely! No doubt about that!
But it’s not that way.
So in the end it’s what i do about the pain, injury and collapse that matters!
Hence my strong investment in “how do i fix it?”
Particularly when i now know without any shadow of a doubt, the human body’s movement potential is all about spark, structure and alignment.
Hence me looking at the way my body works (like a car with an internal combustion engine), has given me great insight.
i hope it does you as well.
Checking your structure in the mirror
Imagining your body’s operating system is very similar to that of an internal combustion engine (because that’s not far from the truth) can be very empowering.
Once you understand the basic principles that support the structural integrity of your body, and how the way you use your body can either vitalise or de-vitalise your energy access, great steps towards freedom of movement can easily be achieved.
Next time you’re in front of a big mirror, look at the way your wing bones (your clavicles) are sitting.
How they’re positioned can help give you great insight into your body’s chassis alignment and where your body’s combustion potential is sitting.
Particularly when it comes to lung capacity and respiratory performance.
Hence why relaxing and releasing the shoulders compression into your chest is a priority.
Connecting every IN-breath and OUT-breath with the movement of your arms to balance the energy distribution between your left & right hand sides when you walk is the first step!
Using the TriBreath breathing rhythm’s to lift your spine, as you pull your chin in and lift your head up from the back of your skull… Tell me that’s not a beautiful feeling 🙂
If you have any questions, please let me know.
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