RUTH BELL BODYWORKS BLOG
In my previous blog Why Thai?, I discussed habitual patterns, ranges of movement and how we can extend beyond these to open our joints with greater possibilities. I would like to talk about Muscle Energy Techniques. Not so much the neuro-science behind them, as there...
Breath is a narrative which weaves through our lives, from our first breath to our last. As we take time to pause and feel the space within our lives, this seems a good opportunity to focus on our breath, to look at our breathing patterns and ponder on where it all...
Let us find freedom through our soles I believe movement is key to life and energy. Yet we seem to be in an era of bodily stasis, within the Western culture. Our movement range is shutting down and becoming limited to linear planes, we have less and less rotation,...
Does your body feel stuck?
You’re Not Alone. And I’m Here to Help!
Learning how bodies move also taught me to see how bodies don’t move. How they can become stuck and lost in patterns of limited belief systems.
Whether these particular movement pathways have come about through a traumatic incident or habitual use, the result is often a closing down and restriction of movement. My dance training informs my life’s practice towards developing freedom in movement, leading to ease in how we live our lives.
I work with sports injury, repetitive use and both acute & chronic conditions, within my Remedial Practice. In these sessions I use postural & movement assessments with rehabilitation, in helping people to move forward and progress.
‘I thoroughly enjoyed the Thai yoga bodywork course and Ruth is such a passionate and inspirational teacher with a wealth of knowledge to share, making learning easy and fun.
I loved the combination of working with a partner using Thai massage techniques mixed with yoga postures to ease out muscles, stretch and soften through the body, whilst facilitating greater mobility. It was also a great introduction to working with Thai massage techniques as I’ve no prior training with it’.
Group supervision is a held and confidential space facilitated by an experienced massage tutor.
It is an opportunity to get support with things you are struggling with related to your business, share experiences and achievements and practice hands on techniques.
Being a massage therapist can be a lonely and isolating profession at times but supervision brings a sense of working together and supporting each other’.
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If you’d like more information about any of the Treatments, Therapies, Courses or Workshops, please feel free to get in touch.
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Blackdown Healthy Living & Activity Centre, Riverside, Hemyock EX15 3SH