Muscular pain is a warning signal that should be taken seriously
to prevent and release muscular pain
According to the founder of Myoreflex Therapy, Dr. Kurt Mosetter, the muscles in your body are like instruments in an orchestra. When they “play” together there is harmony but when a single muscle is “out of tune” there is dissonance, and this means pain in your body.
To support muscles in restoring their balance with Myoreflex an adjustment via pressure point stimulation along the “muscle meridians” is required. This is supported by the corresponding biomechanical exercises. The repetition of the relevant movements creates confidence and helps to stabilize.
The tension of the muscles plays a major role in this methodology. The Sympathicolysis method enables and maintains a healthy muscle tension by means of regulating the vegetative system. This is particularly helpful at raised muscle tension as it assists in releasing stiffness and ensuring relaxation and healthy muscles.
What happens in a session?
I work with you on straightening your posture, your movement and ability to relax to prevent pain, enable relaxation and to clear and relieve the body after an operation. You will experience what happens in the body, which muscles work together, and which do not. I share this information with you in a clear and simple manner so that you can learn to deal with the problems on your own or to get yourself the appropriate help.
2 Psychological stress
Emotional stresses that you are currently facing in your life have an impact on your muscles. Talking about your problems can already be a relief. I will check with you whether you are able to cope with the issues yourself or whether you feel you need support. Emotional stress in the muscles can be systematically reduced. New perspectives bring less stress.
3 Nutrition and Additives
Good cell nutrition determines the condition of your muscles and it therefore makes sense to talk about food and whether additives (substitution agents) are necessary. We will discuss a step-by-step integration into your everyday life so that your muscles remain well “fed” for enough strength.
If necessary, I will refer you to medical specialists, psychotherapists, nutritionists or TCM doctors.
- Back, neck and head aches
- Shoulder-arm syndrome
- Joint complaints
- Impairment of the temporomandibular joint
- Bad posture due to long periods of sitting at the PC
- Asymmetries and pelvic obliquities
Trust your body – your muscles can do more than you think!