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New Therapy Concept (Hyperlinked to fast pain relief)

Joey Raines combines the use of PRRT, TAT®️ and Qigong in conjunction with other  manual therapy techniques to balance the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) - the part of our nervous system that regulates stress and relaxation. 

Patients are reporting elimination of most or all of their pain in only about 5 or 6 visits. They like the fact that there is someone out there who makes it his goal to eliminate their pain in the fewest number of sessions says Joey


What is the ANS?

The ANS is the part of the nervous system that balances our stress state with our relaxation state. Unfortunately, most of us have an imbalance in this system and we are chronically stressed. Even more unfortunate is that sometimes the pain we feel is directly related to the imbalance. In this case most therapy will have only temporary results.

Can this be improved?

Yes. Joey Raines uses advanced manual therapy techniques that affect the ANS. Also, he can train you in Qigong energy movement techniques that will balance the Autonomic Nervous System over time. 

There are only a handful of therapists who have had training in this kind of therapy. Take this opportunity to have a consultation with a therapist who understands how your nervous system may be contributing to your symptoms.

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Tapas Acupressure Technique® TAT®  (hyperlinked to emotional balance.)

 TAT® is a simple and effective technique that delivers inner peace, relaxation, more vibrant health and empowerment in minutes.It’s an easy way to end stress, change a point of view or belief, let go of inner stuff that’s been stopping us from being, having and doing what we want. It’s  a fast way to get from stress to inner peace and change our core beliefs. It’s a simple and easy way to live in alignment with our true nature and It’s an elegant solution to the problem of stuck mental and emotional energy.

When a trauma happens, and a person's response is, "That's too much for me," the implication of that inner statement is, "I'll get to it later, file it away, and face it when I can, when it isn't life-threatening." But we seem to put off forever something that we don't want to deal with now, and the trauma that we put off stays with us. We can put time and distance between us and the event, but the experience is still on hold. The illusion is created in our minds that it is in the "past" and that we are now in control of our lives. However, the more we keep a trauma locked in the so-called past, the more strongly we are connected to it, and the more traumas we hold off like this, the more narrow and limited our lives become. Also used to clear the emotional origins of physical disease and adverse childhood experiences, it consists of an easy pose that involves touching acupressure points on the face and head and putting your attention on a set of specific statements.

Once the experience causing the anxiety, fear or stress is identified the individual holds the TAT pose while putting their attention on the statements that address the experience from different perspectives. The client is instructed to refrain from intellectualizing or making judgements about the statements and just be with them and relax and notice what happens. Generally, as the individual disengages from the emotional charge and enters the present moment, a physiological response such as yawning, sighing or a sense of releasing tension is felt in the body. The continuous playing story loop drops away and a new perspective emerges. You are no longer reacting or emotionally engaged with what happened in the past or worrying about what might happen in the future. You are now at cause and present to what is happening in the moment.

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Qigong energy movement exercises are a series of gentle movement, breathing and concentration techniques from the Far East for regulating the body, mind and breath to effect changes in health. The nucleus of qigong is the exercising of consciousness and vital energy. The goal of Qigong, therefore, is to circulate, build and balance Qi throughout the body to promote physical and mental well being. Qigong is a holistic therapy that exercises the body and mind and increases consciousness. Regular practice of Qigong exercises aids in regulating the functions of the central nervous system. Along with exercising and controlling ones mind and body, Qigong influences ones physical state in general, while improving ones pathological state in particular.

Some of the many benefits of Qigong include

  • increasing energy and vitality.
  • increase endurance and reduce stress. 
  • relieve pain 
  • open the joints
  • stretch muscles and tendons
  • improves balance
  • increase longevity

Qigong can be practiced safely by anyone regardless of age, ability, flexibility or activity level.

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