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16th Year Pain Free Gift

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Free From Fibromayglia for 16 YearsToday, I’m fortunate to be playing soccer in the US National Veterans Cup. 16 years ago today, I became conscious of a significant shift in both body and being.

That moment led me to the work of helping people overcome physical pain. In my 30+ year journey of living in pain, getting out of pain, and eventually learning how to help others… I’d like to give you a freebie somatics exercise class.

Go below, so you can get to download a quick, simple set of movements over at my sister site. You’ll get to hear a 14 minute audio recording. You’ll get to play with one of the more familiar somatics exercise patterns which is helpful to release trauma, improve walking, free up the side or waist muscles… and it’ll give you another way to not stretch those side muscles.

Once you learn this move, you might think and move differently to release the muscles of your side.

Why an audio recording instead of a video? When we listen, we target a specific part of the brain. When we watch, we use a different part.

All you have to do is lie back, follow along and your brain will relax the muscles as you regain or improve function at the same time. You’ll be able to go at your own pace and move well within your own comfort zone depending on your unique set of circumstances.

What’s the catch? Just make a comment or ask your questions inside the downnload area after you’ve done the movements.

Hurry, this offer is good for a few days..

See you on our sister site…

Pain free moves and living made easy with somatics exercises.

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Arte del movimiento

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Fido entiende el arte del movimiento mejor que nosotros?

El arte del movimiento afloja Rigidez

Envejecimiento parece venir con un precio de más de rigidez, menor movilidad y flexibilidad que es una memoria a largo olvidado. Entonces, ¿por qué Fido siga moviendo así a medida que envejece?

Simplemente pon, él Pandikultes. Se pone a sí mismo para el movimiento exitoso cuando él practica lo que aparece como aquellos tramos de la mañana. En lugar de estiramiento, que se está contrayendo a sí mismo a lo largo de una serie de músculos con el fin de obtener la relajación y la función.

Este arte de la práctica de movimiento prácticamente pasa desapercibido por nosotros sin embargo, es clave para avanzar así.

Calambres musculares libres con el arte del movimiento

¿Cuándo es la última vez que vio a Fido correr y conseguir un calambre muscular? Todo lo que tenemos que hacer es vuelco en la cama… y fuera ir las luces. Ay!

Para liberar un calambre muscular o espasmo muscular es nada del otro mundo cuando se llega a comprender el arte del movimiento, que lo hará fácilmente y con seguridad suelte lo que parece ser un misterio para muchos.

Una apretada, se tensó no se libera del músculo tirando de distancia en la dirección opuesta. Este método contundente sigue siendo la forma más gente van en ella.

En el otro lado es el uso de un interruptor interno por aprender a bajar el tono de la acumulada o la celebración de la tensión. Esto se realiza por los movimientos sutiles en la dirección de la señal de infractor.

Obviamente hay un arte de movimiento requerido aquí, sin embargo, cualquier persona puede aprender a liberar con éxito un calambre.

El arte de la circulación en el país

Una buena noticia es que usted no tiene que viajar lejos para recuperar o dominar el arte del movimiento.

Por favor, únanse a mí para una ejercicios somáticos en línea clase a la que tendrá acceso al arte de movimiento utilizando el poder de la sutileza para borrar la rigidez, recuperar la movilidad y restaurar el sentido perdido de la flexibilidad.

el movimiento juvenil no es sólo para los jóvenes. El arte del movimiento se puede practicar a cualquier edad.

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Coordination Exercise (Revised Edition)

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Did you laugh while trying this coordination exercise?

It might have been easy for some of you.

Could you do it with a sense or feeling of ease rather than struggle or a lot of effort?

For the rest of us who may have teetered or tottered, let’s break it down another way.

Breakdown of this coordination exercise movement

So let’s break down this movement.

While you’re sitting on a surface, you let one knee bend out to the side, while the other knee is bent out in front of you.

It doesn’t matter if your knee (which is bent out to the side) is jacked up in the air. You do what you can with what you got.

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Knee Out to Side

Grab a hold of the foot of the knee which is not bent out to the side.

You get a hold of that foot with both hands.

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Hold onto foot

If you can’t reach the foot, then it’s ok to hold the ankle, above the ankle or somewhere on your lower leg.

Then you start to move towards the knee that is on the surface or near it.

But, instead of going for it like you initially might have tried…

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Begin the Movement

STOP HERE Instead.

Stop Somatics Exercise

Then you begin to reverse course.

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Reverse course

Then once you get back to where you started.

STOP Again.

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Stop, Rest, Pause

When you move again.


If moving over that far was a bit of a struggle. Then on the next attempt you can either move less or try it again.

When you do it again, try and feel as much as you can in terms of where the effort is coming from.

If it wasn’t a struggle, then move out only that far (just a little ways). See if you can make that smaller movement with a slower and smoother return.

Next Move

So now that you’ve got the idea.

“If’ you want to venture out a little further, then go ahead and move a little further out or towards the floor.

Remember you don’t have to.

You could “think” about going further out when you reach your comfort zone of that movement.

Somatics Exercise - Thinking or Just a Little Further

Once again, stop if you ventured out a little further either physically or mentally in your mind’s eye.

Then reverse course and…

Somatics Exercise - FEEL as Much as You Can

This is where the goods are at.

By feeling what in the heck is going on.

Like any of the shifts or wobbles.

Now you’re using your brain to “watch” and/or “feel” what is going on.

Rest again.

Then if you’re comfortable or you wanna check it out.

You can go for it. (In your mind’s eye too).

Somatics Exercise - Roll onto Elbow

Then when you reverse course…

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Reverse Course from this Point

Once again “feel” as much as you can.

What muscles are you using?

Where do you feel all the action happening?

If you wobble or weeble on the way back, that’s ok.

By the way… Were you holding your breath or gritting your teeth to “do” the movement?

The Other Side

So when you go to the other side.

Keep in mind you don’t have to go for it… unless you want to.

Somatics Coordination Exercise - The Other Side

If it’s hard or a struggle on the other side…

Then either do less.

Or “think” you can and simply feel whatever you can as you do or imagine that particular movement taking place.

Coordination Exercise for Natural Flexibility

First, a movement which looks easy takes a lot of:

  • coordinating actions
  • a good sense of mobility
  • and natural flexibility.

Mobility, is the ability to move easily or freely.

This is what sets up an ability to remain comfortably flexible.

Things have got to start moving first before any of us can reach certain states of flexibility.

The way we do this with somatics exercises – which is the reverse to most approaches out there – has more to do with the brain and body.

See, we achieve natural flexibility by not stretching.

We are targeting the brain in a precise manner so you can feel as much as you can using feedback loops like your sensory-motor system.

Somatics Coordination Exercise - Sensory Motor Feedback Loop

Since the brain communicates to the muscles, we get the muscles to be more adept at their jobs by reprogramming the brain’s software.

This brain update allows us to use a more refined level of mobility, so flexibility is more easily maintained.

So if you’ve got your mobility and flexibility, then coordinating movements or exercises like this one, can be relatively easy.

No struggle, no fuss.

Effortless Movement

So what appears as effortless movement is a brain and body event.

Many of us can do it or get back to it by reprogramming our movement software using an easy 3 step method.

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This mimics what is naturally done by ALL the healthy vertebrate animals…

Healthy vertebrate animals are doing it

But we take things a step further by applying more conscious attention.

Developing or redeveloping the ability of effortless movement can be gained using the brain’s intent to do or imagine certain specific movement patterns.

This coordination exercise is a kind of a higher level somatics exercise.

This might be something we’d do at the end of putting together a number of other movements before we’d attempt it.

Though it’s good to test it out first. To see and feel where you are at.

Then we can break it down further using other differentiated patterns of gentle, easy movements so you can arrive back with better control.

Coordination Exercise to Build Strength

You can naturally and quickly develop the requisite strength by setting up the building blocks of movement so a coordination exercise such as this one… becomes effortless.

While it might feel as if you gotta give it some oomph. Strength can be achieved in many ways.

Somatics exercises lead us down this path as we need the requisite freedom in movement of our smaller muscles to move the larger ones.

Then we can more fully appreciate different levels of easy coordination on the way back to recapturing lost or forgotten abilities.

Somatics Exercises Coordination Class

Somatics exercises were initially designed to help people overcome all sorts of pain from all sorts of activities.

Even if we’re in the couch potato group – which don’t get me wrong – I love lounging out too.

Easy, gentle movements, which are broken down into manageable parts, paves the way for easier movement overall.

Conscious movement done with a simple 3 step method – frees the body so comfort returns again and again.

We’d love for you to join our somatics freeing the back, hamstrings, coordination class where you’ll get the chance to see and feel how your hamstrings and back will lengthen, somatically speaking.

You’ll get to explore movements for the back, hamstrings and knees too.

And you’ll learn the simple trick of knowing what to use to make this coordination movement feel and look easy.

Somatics Exercises Class 34 - Freeing the Back, Hamstrings, Coordination

So, let me know if this somatics coordination exercise movement was easy or a bit of a laugh.

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