Therapy Brandon - Dynamic Spinal Therapy was initially developed by Rolf Ott, in Switzerland during the 1980's. This method of bodywork combines hands-on bodywork and the use of energies so as to address joint issues, realign the spine and resolve spine and posture problems. This particular gentle type of bodywork is suitable to cure many health problems for different individuals. It is always wise to check with a doctor previous to beginning whatever type of bodywork regime so as to be certain that there are no contraindications.
There are lots of practices and concepts involved with Dynamic Spinal Therapy. This therapy borrows from Conventional Chinese Medicine the concept of qi or life force. A huge focus of Dynamic Spinal Therapy is the promotion of a healthy and even flow of qi all-around the body. It even relies on conventional Western styles like for example Swedish massage to adjust the body in a physical way.
The standard Dynamic Spinal Treatment will last for nearly 40 minutes and start with an ear reflexology test. The points on the ear are tested and then the response is noted. The Dynamic Spinal Therapist then makes use of a special stylus to be able to trace the meridians of the body, searching for spots of weakness or blockages while following the flow of qi.
Following the energy work, therapists then make needed adjustments to the spine and pelvis. Initially the client would begin face up and next the customer will then lie face down for the adjustments. Clients are encouraged to relax while the muscles are being stretched out. The session is finished with a gentle rocking which is supposed to encourage the release of tension, and promote relaxation while realigning the spinal column. There are several therapists who skip the energy part of the session and concentrate instead on the bodywork.
When the Dynamic Spinal Therapy session has finished, the customer usually feels deeply relaxed. Thanks to vigorous stretching and the release of tension, posture is supposed to improve. Every now and then conditions which lead to back ache and soreness might be alleviated at least partly. Theoretically, regular sessions could keep the client's body and energy balanced, enhancing overall health and general well-being.
Dynamic Spinal Therapists can be found all around the world for people who wish to further explore this therapy. Find out how experienced you practitioner is and which educational facilities they were trained at. It is also a good idea to understand their specific approach regarding bodywork so as to ensure that they will be a good match for you. It might take a few sessions in order to see results. If you feel your therapist is not the best match or completely suitable for you, it might be an alternative to nicely ask if she or he can suggest another practitioner.
Click to Download the pdf