Posted in Structural Integration on 03/02/2017 11:44 am by AMMA
We all know that wearing high heeled shoes can be detrimental to our physical health, even though they may help us to look glamorous!
Since we don’t want to take away your high heels if you really enjoy wearing them, we’d like to share what you can do to balance yourself out when you do. You know, we’re all about giving you options for self-care!
Check out the original post by Greg Robins on Eric Cressey’s website:
Posted in Structural Integration on 08/14/2011 06:05 am by AMMA
Southwest Virginia’s Higher Education Center’s College for Older Adults (COA) will be holding a class on Alternative Healing from 10:45am-12:15pm on Thursdays this fall. On September 15th, we will be leading a session titled “Finding Dynamic Balance Within the Human Structure: Structural Integration Theory and Applications.” Join us for an experiential workshop in which we will explore how to find ease and balance within our own structures.
Learn more about structural integration on our website.
Find out more about the College for Older Adults at http://www.swcenter.edu
Posted in Uncategorized on 08/29/2008 08:34 pm by AMMA
The practice of various massage techniques can be traced though human history and nearly every culture. Artwork and literature from many civilizations show that nearly all ancient cultures practiced massage in some form. This is shown in cave drawings by out prehistoric ancestors, ancient Chinese books dating back as far as 3000 B.C., medical textbooks by Greek and Roman physicians written in the millennia preceding Christ, Indian and Hindu tradition and literature dating back over three thousand years.
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