Core Tension

Deep muscular and connective fascial tissue structures surrounding our spine and deeper interior of our body are called Core Tissues. The role of these muscles and other tissues is to stabilize our entire body. Our core muscles keep us erect and support our graceful coordinated movement. They prevent injuries make us feel physically strong and connected.

Due to stress and past traumatic events we start to build tension around our core muscles. Fear is one of the main factors that make us contract deep inside affecting our behavior as well as daily life, physical movement and coordination. It is absolutely imperative that these deep core muscular tissues and fascia remain free of tension as well as well lubricated and hydrated. Freeing these contracted Core tissues gives us an opportunity to get access to bio energy that was previously used to hold this tension in place.

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