Instead of exercise as we know it, the possibility exists for us to un-exercise our way out of stiffness, immobility and pain so exercise becomes easy.
Somatics exericses are quite often the reverse of most exercise systems out there since we focus on using the brain’s ability to release tight, stiff tension patterns which have us feeling immobilized, protecting ourself or tight as a drum
• Take out Stress
• Reduce Tension
• Move Easy
Try this head movement:
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That move is called a cervical translation so if you can slide or glide your head across the floor with ease and comfort… that’s a good thing.
If you could feel the connection into your hips, bravo.
If not, a little practice and the connections become clearer.
Ed Barrera from Gravity Werks briefly talks about what somatics exerciese are. Check out this video: http://ping.fm/T3zf5
Often times he’ll call the un-exercises since they are designed to un-do muscular stiffness and un-wind bound up muscles.
Having lived in chronic pain for a long time, I’ve learned a thing or two to help get us out of pain quickly and effectively.
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Here’s a quick video on Somatics.
Thomas Hanna coined this term to describe, “the body experienced from within”
Read this to learn more about Somatics.
SMA is sensory-motor amnesia as defined by Thomas Hanna. When our muscles forget how to let go of tightness or high levels of tension, we’re living with SMA. See the video below.
Simple, easy movement generated with a specific intention lets the brain change how our muscles feel.
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Satisfied with your daily exercise workout plan? Check: See this video
Somatics exercises are the un-exercise way to ready you for whatever exercise routine you use.
At 50, you would think you would have to keep on stretching to remain limber. Naaaah… gave it up over a decade ago and still keep moving better than ever.
Using our brain to change how our muscles respond, gives us the comfortable edge we can use to keep playing at any age.
Check out this video to learn what all the healthy vertebrate animals already know.
Somatics exercises are quite often the reverse of other approaches.
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Stress relief with simple moves… http://ping.fm/K5ggd
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