I had just turned 60, and had a sinking fear that the worst was yet to come. Little did I know I would find the key to unlock the best years of my life. As an artist, I appreciate being “in the flow”, and I was finding it took more and more effort to feel open and creative when my body was feeling the opposite. Block Therapy™ brought me home… to me.
I’d love to get you started on your journey to your own personal homecoming.
Heidi Hunter, Until Now Block Therapy
Certified Instructor and Block Therapist
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It begins with you and your breath. The Block works as a prop to teach you to quiet your world, while you breathe correctly. A slow, deep diaphragmatic breath can access up to 600% more oxygen. That means your body is able to feed and clean its cells more efficiently while boosting your immune system.
The Block becomes your very own deep tissue massage therapist as you drape your body over it, in different positions. You relax, breathe slowly, and melt through compressed areas due to aging, injury or surgery, and release fascia which has held us in misalignment. You allow blood flow to frozen areas of your body which have caused limitation for years, bringing life back to places that have held pain.
Maybe it’s getting down on the floor to play with your grandkids. Maybe it’s accessing joy in your life. Perhaps it’s walking without pain. Whatever your NOW is, you will notice the gift of change. Block Therapy is a practice you can do on your own at home, or in a class. Guided by your breath, you learn to have a dialogue with your body and create space for healing in your life.
There comes a time on the path of everyone who is doing deep healing and transformation that they realize they have to ‘get out of their head,’ and begin to incorporate the body, and more specifically the myofascia. When they do, Block Therapy™ is one of the best modalities I’ve found to assist them in their journey. It has made a huge difference for me personally.
Eric B. Robins, M.D.
Urologist and chronic pelvic pain specialist