Teacher: Cat Noble
This practice is good for people with digestive disturbances, anxiety.
Soft tissue manipulation is a vital part of maintaining a healthy body – it helps to relax tight muscles and connective tissue, assist in the body’s cleansing processes, and release endorphins to soothe an overactive nervous system. However, issues such as time, affordability and comfort level can prevent us from scheduling a professional massage. This video will demonstrate techniques for massaging the chest, belly, back and hips, encouraging easier breathing, healthy digestive and excretory organs, and relaxing muscular tension in the middle and lower back and outer hips. These techniques are especially useful for those who experience anxiety-related digestive issues, or who spend much of their day sitting or otherwise physically inactive. Please be sure to drink plenty of water following your massage to assist the excretory system. NYV0059C