Pain is a language the body uses to let us know that tissue isn’t being properly fed. Like a baby who cries to let us know they need something, tissue will send a pain signal to let us know it needs something. Pain is of crucial importance in our life, like an alarm that goes off when we ignore our cell’s health.

Pain can be immediately if we have injured tissue in some way. It can come on slowly, over time, if we have been collapsing into our inner space from unconscious breathing and posture. Immediate pain from injury is understood – injury results in pain from damage. However, pain that develops over time with no apparent cause can be confusing.

Ultimately, we are like a building. There are foundations in our body that we need to preserve so every cell can rest in its appropriate place. When we don’t pay attention to proper posture and breathing, the body collapses into itself in a forward, rotational direction. As we begin to fall out of alignment and off balance, the connective tissue, called fascia, develop false walls and false floors in an attempt to build the foundations needed to preserve balance. This tissue compression is dense and lacks blood flow causing roadblocks. It also seals onto bony surfaces to create stability with an incredible force of 2000 lbs/square inch. This internal collapse is created out of necessity and the root of much of our suffering with areas in the body that are under immense tension.

“For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.”

When we collapse into the space within, tissue becomes displaced and bulges outward. Let’s consider the low back.

The pelvis is the foundation of the core of the body and has a specific alignment to support the organs that it houses. There are certain postural requirements that need to be practiced in order to keep the alignment preserved. If practiced, cells are fed and clean and tissue is healthy. This would not be a body that experiences pain. Unfortunately, the majority of people do not pay service to these requirements and the alignment of the pelvis is affected. The asymmetry and imbalance from unconscious posture causes a thickening of fascia in the front from compression and a subsequent pulling causing fatigue in the back. The organs in this area will be affected as they don’t have the space to receive optimal amounts of blood and oxygen. This body will experience pain.

This is true for the body when one area is out of balance, the whole body is out of balance. As long as cells are fed and clean and they are sitting in their right place, there is no tension, no pain. This is also a tissue state that would heal quickly if injury does occur. The body is designed to be incredibly efficient at repair if we give it what it needs, which is blood and oxygen.

Fluid Isometrics™ provides the necessary education and application to create that healthy tissue state. With Fluid Isometrics™ Block Therapy™, you are instructed on how to release the false walls and false floors created from unconscious posture and breathing and to breathe oxygen into the space to feed the cells what they need to function. In the 90-day program – 90 Days To A Whole New You, you are taught proper postural habits to maintain the alignment required to counter the constant downward pull of gravity. A body that is balanced and aligned is a healthy body experiencing freedom of movement and function. If you feel pain, somewhere there is compressed tissue blocking the flow of blood and oxygen to that area.

Some of the key healing benefits that many have experienced with Fluid Isometrics™ Block Therapy™ include:
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