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CNS Stretching

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Brandon Chien       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Brandon Chien (@brandon_chien)    

Trauma Sensitive Language & Allowance

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Nicki Miller     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Movement Missing Links (@movement.missing.links)   A friendly reminder that trauma-sensitivity is a real thing and makes a difference in how people show up in their bodies. The same nervous system that is holding on to trauma is the same one responsible […]

A Safe Environment to Learn Skating

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Sevinc Gökçe English Translation: Football fields with artificial grass are ideal for children who are interested in skating or skateboarding, to get used to the balance of the tools and do standing up/climbing exercises. A safe space for them to experience for themselves without you holding on. At this point, it doesn’t matter whether he […]

Resistance & Change

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Jenn Pilotti   Have you ever tried to help someone, only to be met by what feels like a brick wall as the person stubbornly digs their heels in and, without actually saying it, resists your words of wisdom? Or maybe the person just can’t seem to do what you ask and you aren’t sure […]

End Range Training for Hypermobiles

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Catherine Cowey     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Catherine Cowey (@catherinecowey)   How hypermobile are you?   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Catherine Cowey (@catherinecowey)

Freeing Up A Compressed Nerve

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Guest Post #7 – Translating Point of Contact

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Nicole Uno   Fist to False-Grip | Ground to Rings   As body angles change to adjust exercises, (whether to make them easier or more difficult), it can also cause thinking to shift away from concept-based objectives and toward specific task-based objectives. Typically, task-based objectives beg to be completed rather than understood. On one end […]

Threatening & Being Threatened

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Dare Sohei   grief (and rage) are just the very first parts of death practice. it strikes me as telling that resistances towards acceptance of these states and moving through them to whats beyond are so prevalent. its like watching someone pick at scabs. this culture, these behavorial stories are so fucking boring and remedial, […]

Safety & Behavior

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Christine Ruffolo   The following is part one of my course notes and findings from Stress, Movement, and Pain.   Linked through the perception of threat and cause to protect,  Seth Oberst generously delivered on the hows, whats, and whys between sensation (or lack thereof) and chronic stress.  Ultimately, he offered up a framework to identify and […]