Gina Loree Marks
Rooted in shiatsu (shee-ah’-tsoo) – a Japanese word which means, ‘finger pressure’ – these bodywork sessions help to facilitate and restore ‘flow’: of blood, lymph, sensation, information, and ‘ki’ (or bioelectric current), within the receiver’s body.
It is the smoothness of this flow that underlies all of your body’s life processes: circulation, respiration, digestion, detoxification, reproduction, balance, coordination, and the connection between mind and body.
Integrating the precision of biomechanics with the ancient Chinese exercise practice of qigong (chee-kung), Restorative Movement helps you hone in on releasing the areas of the body that have become adapted to our modern lifestyle that cultivates chronic tension and non-moving.
Where bodywork facilitates flow and movement from the outside in, these movement practices will engage you actively, helping you to move more freely and with more awareness throughout your daily life.
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