Spinal Flow Technique

Spinal Flow Technique is a very specific technique based on the 7 gateways of the spine and 33 access points which facilitate healing via the nervous system.
 
It helps clients with pain, stiffness, digestive issues, sleep issues, anxiety, headache, teeth grinding, hyperactivity, digestive issues, autism, self-regulation, eczema, inflammation issues, stress, tics, fibromyalgia, spinal issues and more.
 
Spinal Flow finds, identifies and releases layers of physical, chemical and emotional-mental tension, effecting ease in the body. It also uncovers stored trauma that’s been in the body for a long time, causing blockages, disease and illness. This hidden trauma resides in the spine or the nervous system; finding it allows the person to feel and discard it so that it doesn’t continue to block them in life.
 
Spinal Flow facilitates rebalancing our nervous system by restoring our parasympathetic nervous system, which activates our innate ability to self-regulate, release stress, heal and regenerate.

As a result of exploring Spinal Flow, people experience a Spinal Flow healing wave where every cell of the body feels connected and free.
 
After each session you will experience more energy and ease, enjoy more restful sleep, focus and mental clarify, and an overall feeling of well-being. 
 
Spinal Flow is a fully approved technique, fully accredited by the International Institute of Complementary Therapist.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Should I Expect From My First Session

You may feel great after today, you may feel terrible and achy or you may feel no different at all – all these responses are normal and expected.


If you feel no different, don’t get upset, its ok.  It takes time, the same as when we put on braces to straighten our teeth – they don’t become straight immediately – it takes time to make permanent change. 

Our goal is to restore your health and get rid of your symptoms.  This takes time and there will be periods of highs and low – stick with it as overall we are moving  towards the direction of good health.

What Can I Do To Help My Sessions

ARRIVE ON TIME – Please be mindful of your appointment time, we are quite busy. If you arrive late to your appointment, you are missing out on time that we would like you to be on the table.

EAT WELL – Eat foods that are fresh and unprocessed. This will give your body all the nutrients and building blocks you need to heal and be as healthy as you can.  Gluten and dairy can be hard for your body to digest so advise to keep to a minimum. A diet full of fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts and good protein is ideal.

REST – It can often take time to heal and repair damaged body tissues. Be gentle with your body and avoid activities that you find stressful or uncomfortable. Be particularly careful
lifting objects (bend and use your legs) and reduce twisting your spine on top of your pelvis.  You should only sleep on your side or back and its essential for your curvature in your neck that you use a contoured pillow.

MOVE – Without distressing your body, move as much as you can. This will help your muscles, ligaments, bones and joints to heal more quickly and fully.  We are not designed to sit at a computer all day, please move and stretch every 10 minutes when sitting at a computer.

LEARN – Learn about your body, health and the healing process. People who understand more improve more quickly and get greater long-term benefits.

How Many Sessions Do I Need

Just as your condition took time, probably years, to develop, resolution will take time as well, though thankfully not years.  

Recommended course of treatment would be 3 intervals of 12 sessions, the first set of 12 being 3 x a week if possible (or more often for debilitating or acute conditions), then dropping to 2 times a week and lastly, 1 time per week. 

I reassess every 12th session and will adjust treatment accordingly.  Every person and their healing ability is unique and individual.