I've lost count of the number of people who have come to me with joint pain that has been bothering them for years. Sometimes they've been given a diagnosis that leaves them feeling hopeless.
Many of them have survived, sometimes for 5, 10, 15 years, with coping strategies, like ice packs and heating pads, rest, or monthly trips to the massage therapist, but nothing that actually shifts their pain, or, more importantly, gives them agency.
Why is this?
I'm going to let you in on a secret. The reason is usually very simple, but it makes a huge difference...
Most approaches are only working with a body, not the WHOLE person.
It's impossible to treat a complex problem, such as chronic pain, by only looking at the symptoms and not addressing all the layers and, specifically, the underlying causes.
Successful treatment of chronic pain isn't what most people will tell you...
but when you get it right everything changes and anything becomes possible, regardless of what you may have been told. The truth is it's not hard. And when you know what you're doing you have the power to make huge shifts in your pain and in your life.
Here health is defined by the quality of your experience and your outcomes.
Within Move To Nourish programs you’ll learn everything you need to know the best way your body knows how: by doing and feeling great results.
My promise to you: you’ll feel an improvement every single time. How can I promise this? When you follow the principles that nature designed, each time you complete a step, you’ll be getting smarter.
Step by step, you’ll learn how to cultivate ease and restore balance within a supportive environment to help you gain your life back.
I've created an amazing, supportive group of people who are coming together to finally overcome pain, move freely again and get their life back without having to rely on medications, ice packs or endless appointments.
We don't complain. We thrive. We get down to the nuts and bolts and we take action!
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