Where Comfort Hides: We have far more control over our own comfort than is commonly understood...
The simple book, Where Comfort Hides, shares what is known within the holistic community - the fast paced, high tech, information age in which we live is drawing our attention outward in a way that is causing us harm. We have been overlooking our innate ability to stop the epidemic of lower back pain and to reduce the impact of stress. Children are unnecessarily experiencing back, neck, and joint pain, and shallow breathing. You will be guided to the understanding that while stress is named as one of the common factors in many conditions and diseases, it is our loss of sensory awareness that makes us so vulnerable to stress. Where Comfort Hides provides simple, clearly-illustrated movements for children and adults to prevent and release the buildup of muscular tension in the core – the area most vulnerable to stress, anxiety, and injury. After the initial lessons, a brief movement routine will reinforce sensory motor self-awareness to maintain and improve comfort and control throughout life.
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abdominal muscle accumulation of muscular American Heart Association arch back awareness and control back into floor back muscles become habituated body awareness body’s caused Daily Somatic Practice deflating stomach diaphragm exhale motion three Feel muscles relax feel the muscles flexibility focus Green Light reflex hand behind head healthy breathing hips inhale and exhale inhale exhale injury internal sensations involuntary left hand left knee legs Lie on back lift head Lift right lumbar spine muscles contract muscles shorten muscular contraction muscular reflex neck neutral position one’s pelvis posture Press lower back pressing tailbone Red Light reflex reinforce relax between repetitions release muscular tension releasing tight muscles Repeat inhale repeat on left Repeat three returning to neutral rib cage right hand right knee scoliosis sensations of movement sensory awareness sensory motor amnesia sensory motor awareness shallow breathing somatic movements spine Starting position stretch reflex Thomas Hanna tighten Trauma reflex triggered tuck chin