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What is Kinetix and who benefits from it most?

“Kinetix is a powerful method of addressing and healing pain and dysfunction. It’s a way of mapping the fascial structure while releasing restricted fascia and any trauma (physical or otherwise) stuck in the body, which allows us to move through life with freed up potential.” Maybe you’ve heard Elisha describe …

Are memories stored in the fascia?

Have you ever walked in to get a massage and halfway through found yourself having a vivid recollection of an event that you didn’t even know you remembered? If you have, then maybe it makes sense when I ask the question, “Are memories stored in the fascia?” If you have …

“Don’t be a pussy – man up!” The hidden cost of “masculinity” in sports and modern culture

* Please note I am aware that the phrase “Don’t be a pussy” may be offensive to some of you. My intention with this article is to shed light on part of modern culture that is very much alive, and this phrase is still widely used among men to shame …

Deserving Desires: A Nervous System Story, Part II

This post is Part II. For Part I click here. If I wasn’t so strong, I’d probably be dead. If I hadn’t become so fiercely independent, perhaps I’d feel at peace; nestled securely in the warmth and sturdiness of – you. “I wish you’d let me help you.” “I want …

Deserving Desires: A Nervous System Story

“Do you believe you deserve the kind of relationship you truly desire?” This question, along with a viral chest infection that lasted for five weeks (and I rarely get sick for more than 3 days), has drastically altered the course of my personal and professional life. Did you know that …