Your SomaVeda® Thai Yoga client still has/ hip and or low back pain after sessions or the SomaVeda® Therapeutic Day program!
A review and commentary by Ajahn, Dr. Anthony B. James: Dean of the SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine
The reason may be Pelvic Tensegrity Instability.
What is Pelvic Tensegrity?
Why? Client Compliance and lack of proper, effective home self-care!
What does this mean, and how to improve on long-term issues either with or after a SomaVeda® Thai Yoga program? Rome was not built in a day! As beneficial as a total seven-day+ SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapeutic Day Protocol or program is, it is NOT Magic! Many chronic pain issues develop over many years. They are further complicated by a traumatic history of accidents and injuries accumulated confused, complicated with malnutrition and toxicities, years of inactivity and resulting atrophy, energy imbalances, and more. We eventually want to address these as they impact the specific clients’ pain and well-being, moving them toward recovery. However, today I want to bring attention to what the clients can and do have to do on their behalf!
What the client does to support their progress towards either reduced pain or pain-free living is vital. Even after a complete program and anywhere from 9 to 12 contact hours hands-on… this pales in comparison to the twenty-four/ seven lifestyle of the client for either excellent or ill.
All pain clients have a “Kapha Dosha” imbalance! No matter their diagnosis, “Vikruti,” elemental imbalance, or body type. How? Why? One of the critical indicators of a “Kapha Dosha” imbalance is IGNORANCE. Ignorance of how the client created the origin of the pain, the injury, the atrophy, the chronic inflammation, and the poor medical or therapeutic choices may not have helped but made the pain worse. This includes delegating responsibility for their healing and wellness to institutional and or corporate medico who proscribed various drugs, steroids, opiates, etc., for “pain management,” which in the long term did not prove Where the SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapeutic Program ends, the clients self-work and compliance with the therapist counseling and recommendations begins! Helpful.
Yes, the clients need help and need therapeutic programs and interventions. However, they also need guidance in self-maintenance and home practices to educate them in support of their compliance.
The SomaVeda® T.A.E.L.R. (SomaVeda® Tool Assisted Energy Line Release) protocol extends the hands-on Chirothesia or manual therapeutic hands-on healing ministry with adjunct therapies and “tools.” One of the most important tools is to educate the client on what they can control, contribute and effectively do at home for themselves as the partner in the therapy.
Consider: Chronic Low Back Pain, Chronic Hip Pain?
More than these? Consider:
- Nagging joint pains in your legs, lower back, or hips
- Walking with discomfort
- Hips locking up
- Bad posture
- Trouble sleeping
- Sluggishness in day-to-day life
- High Anxiety
- Digestive problems
- Compromised Immune System
- Circulatory issues
- Loss of sexual performance
- Lack of Explosiveness in the gym or sports
It’s not enough to know the client’s needs to do their “homework” and self-care; they need proper and sustained, detailed guidance on what to do and how to do it.
You won’t be with them at home, so we need a home study program that targets the issue. Refer your client (also yourself if you’re with chronic pain!) to Critical Bench for a fantastic program—you, the SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Certified Practitioner, Therapist, Minister, or Physician, a significant incredible part.
Have you heard about Hip Flexors?
Hip Flexors are long muscles in the body and the only muscle that connects the upper body and lower body, also known as the psoas (pronounced flexors?) These muscles are unique in combining the torso and abdomen with (What are the Hip Flexors?)the legs!