Your practitioner is Darren Gibbs
Clinical Somatic sessions is effective for all painful muscular, joint and movement problems including:
- back, neck, shoulder, hip and joint pain
- RSI and carpal tunnel syndrome
- niggly injuries that just don’t seem to heal
- post operative and injury recovery
- flexibility and mobility difficulties
- migraine, tension headaches and stress
- sleep disorders
- lack of vitality and energy
Why Things Go Wrong
When muscles get exhausted through a repeated response to stress or injury, we experience pain. Over time and coupled with compromised movement, pain becomes chronic. This tension takes energy and so it robs us of vitality.
When held for a long enough period of time, this situation becomes our new “normal” and we literally forget what our natural movement range and quality is like (and even what the original problem was!); often putting things down to the myth of “oh I must be getting older”.
This condition is called Sensory Motor Amnesia (S.M.A.)
Clinical Somatics goes to the root of most chronic muscular pain – the brain – and the way in which it senses and controls both muscles and movement. The result is improved coordination, a greater sense of self-control, and freedom of movement without pain.
muscles have no will of their own and only contract when the brain tells them to do so. No matter what you do, no matter how you try to manipulate joints or stretch muscles, unless you change the signal from the brain, the tension will persist and come back. Resetting muscles at the level of the brain is the only way to achieve long-term results.
We are often told that if an area is hurting then it must be weak and should be strengthened. In the vast majority of cases this categorically not the case, and instead they are in fact being overworked due to a problem elsewhere in the body – they are “taking the strain”.
Sessions after that are £40 per hour, and are approximately an hour long.
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“If you can sense it, you can move it – if you can move it, you can improve it”