Descriptions of subjective reactions. Massage and movement give you the feeling of more personal space Part IIII

Descriptions of subjective reactions and softness of movements are best conveyed through touch, only supported by images from outside medicine, which are, however, slowly becoming present in academic work. You can present the concept of particular elements of the session, but you cannot show a framework in an article where there is no space.

Recently, a patient of mine has described the session as follows: Czytaj dalej

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An example of body work with IMBW concept. Massage and movement give you the feeling of more personal space. Part III

An example of body work with IMBW concept.

Considering joint ailments, one of the factors besides injury is overload. Not always a big one. Also, those smaller ones which day by day accumulate tension stiffening us and, in consequence, leading to slight changes in joint planes. However, with regard to tiredness of the muscles, there are microinjuries, inappropriate diet, external factors, thermal changes, lack of harmony in antagonist muscles. We observe excess tension, stiffening, sometimes fibrosis, muscle contracture, swelling or further loss of elasticity.

Tensions of psychosomatic nature appear in similar planes. They do not attack specific points, but rather single muscles or a group of muscles performing certain ‘patterns of motion’. As a result of intense or prolonged stress there appears a momentary Czytaj dalej

Expressing emotion. Massage and movement give you the feeling of more personal space. Part II

Expressing emotions

Expressing emotions – with particular reference as a process – is also about using and exchanging energy. Behind this huge simplification there lies the basis of body work and movement. Subtle movement is the key. Being alive, the body is in constant motion, even in extreme cases it never ceases. Movement, especially spontaneous one, gives us priceless liveliness, but it is also captured in the breath. Czytaj dalej