I’m showing you one of my hardest to learn but most rewarding Kinetix techniques in this video. This one technique has helped many of my clients address the root cause of their hip pain, piriformis syndrome, pelvic instability, leg pain and plantar fasciitis, to name just a few.
Before I show you the technique, I give you a tour of your IT Band fascia and break down how it gets stuck to the fascia in your quads, or the fascia in your hamstrings…and the different types of pain you might feel depending on where your ITB fascia is restricted.
If you’re someone who has grapefruit sized adhesions in your IT Band/hamstring junction, then chances are pretty high that if you came into my office and let me step on you…that this would make you cry 🤷🏻♀️😢
Of all the techniques in my toolkit, this one has produced the most spontaneous tears in people. Often without any story attached. But the relief people feel immediately after is always worth it (if this is done with skill, that is…because if it’s not, and the relief doesn’t come then it may not feel worth it!)
I believe in transparency, so I’ll be honest with you – I want to show Kinetix more online and inspire interest in people who want to try the method out, or learn it fully. Because this modality can be absolutely magical for creating fluidity in our bodies and finding the root cause of pain, stuck emotions and nervous system patterns. But it’s a lot harder to do well than it looks, and is best learned as part of a community learning together.
So while I am teaching you something today, I’m also hoping that if you are interested in learning Kinetix (wherever you live in the world), that you’ll consider joining me to learn more about this method. If this sounds intriguing to you, please click here to make sure you’re on my email list. I’ll be notifying you by email as soon as any of my free Kinetix or paid programs become available. If you’re already subscribed, no need to subscribe again 😊
And if you’re not interested – no worries! I hope you get a lot out of this video.
Speaking of video…if you’re reading this, awesome! But the best way to engage with this particular blog is to watch the video.
I’ll be showing you how to try a modified version of my Kinetix technique at home (if you have a partner).
Share any thoughts or questions you have below and I’ll do my best to answer.
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