Structural Integration - The Ida P. Rolf Method
Structural integration is a systematic approach for release of the body's myofascial layers. This work has been designed to enhance and improve all aspects of your health through structural re-alignment with gravity. Releasing the fascial layers helps to improve overall body circulation, thereby, assisting restoration of one's body systems to their natural state of balance and harmony!
The goal of nutrition counseling is to help a person make and maintain dietary changes. The nutrition counselor and individual work together to assess current eating patterns and identify areas where change is needed. Nutritional counseling is a type of assessment made which analyzes various health needs in regard to diet and exercise. A nutritional counselor helps people to set achievable health goals and teaches various ways of maintaining these goals throughout their lifetime.
Nutrition is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Without proper nutrition, one does not have enough energy to make it through the day. Also, health declines without proper nutrition, making one more susceptible to illness and disease. Nutritional counseling is sometimes offered at eating disorder treatment clinics for patients in need of anorexia treatment, bulimia help or binge eating assistance.
Conscious Movement Education
Intention constitutes a crucial element of conscious movement. The complete practice of conscious movement calls for more than sensing our bodies in movement, more even than being conscious of those sensations. We need a third element: the full intention to move, to do exactly what we’re doing. Half-hearted, divided intentions lead to half-hearted presence. Any movement performed consciously and with whole intention has the potential to transform our life, shining awareness into the dark recesses, enlightening and enlivening us.
Learn to become more aware of how you are relating by consciously realizing what you are "thinking and doing." Learn a new relationship with your self and others by re-discovering breathing, circulation and "flowing movement."