The book, Move Like an Animal: Feel Comfortable, Be Flexible, Move Well for Life in 3 Simple Steps on Amazon is free this weekend.
Discover how the simple animal act of pandiculation is a profound natural ability we can rekindle through the easy to do somatics exercises.
When simple movement is done with a certain awareness we can release tight, stiff muscles which may be kept at bay guarding or holding on well too long.
We can change the signal of “holding on” to letting go which allows us better mobility, easier flexibility thus changing pain into comfort.
Our brain and nervous system can handle the rest when we mindfully and easily work with our natural living process. No drugs needed to create powerful chemicals or relaxation.
All you need is yourself and a little reminder to update your movement software back to levels of comfort you remember feeling in your youth. As we age, we can feel better and move easily.
Here’s what they already saying on Amazon:
“Here you will find exercises unlike anything you have ever done. Mr. Barrera has numerous exercises in his book that he demonstrates and teaches you how to do them. There are also some video testimonials from people he has worked with that have seen dramatic results from his training.
At the age of 60, I have accumulated a few aches and pains so I am in the process of working through a couple of them and have started to notice some improvement. This is encouraging and makes me hopeful.”
“I learned a lot about myself with this book. I didn’t know I had so much body tension. The exercises helped me discover this by contracting my muscles and then releasing them. The depth of relaxation after that was profound. I was amazed how many of my muscles were being used unnecessarily during regular movements. I learned the body can live in a much more relaxed state if I tuned in to what my body is doing and feeling. I recommend this book for self-education and especially if you have a lot of stress in your life.”
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After years of struggling with a lack of flexibility, a torn meniscus lead me down the path of discovering how animals move so well. I thought like many of you, animals naturally stretch. Well, in fact, they actually contract muscles in order to lengthen them.
Little did I know a decade later I’d have a book on Amazon explaining what animals do and what we can do to move well for life.
Move Like an Animal is now available on Amazon. You’ll discover what animals do and specific movement patterns to return you to the freedom you once had and can retain as you age.
Get your copy today of Move Like an Animal: Feel Comfortable, Be Flexible, Move Well for Life in 3 Simple Steps – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HFFSWLC
The cat stretch series is made up of 7 simple movements, well there are 11 parts to it. Just like a cat or dog who does its morning routine to wakeup the nervous system and muscles, we can do the same with just a few simple moves.
Simple back exercises done at home ready us for the day ahead. When we begin our day with easy movements, we might just end up dancing our pains away.
Animals move quite well. How are they able to do that while we human animals are plagued with stiffness, immobility and a loss of natural flexibility as we age.
Try this move down below and get your art of movement and moving well… back on track.
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
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.
Watch this video.
In 3 easy, simple steps, you can naturally move with better mobility, attain natural flexibility, and end the physical pain by using the brain.
Find out how in a free online mini-course to end physical pain.