For cells to be healthy, they need to be fed and clean. A cell does it job as long as it receives all the cellular requirements and have the toxins and by-products of functioning removed. When a cell or grouping of cells have a limited supply of nutrients, problems start to arise and the health of the cell becomes a concern.
There are approximately 100 trillion cells that make up the average body. Each of these cells, first and foremost, requires oxygen to function, which is carried to them by the blood. In fact, the brain will die in as little as five minutes if deprived of this vital nutrient. Cells are no different. Yet the oxygen supply in the average body is dramatically limited causing rapid aging, pain and suffering.

So what is the cause of this oxygen deprivation?

We have an incredible muscle in the body called the diaphragm. It is the most unique muscle in the body as it is under both our conscious, and unconscious control. This means that even if we don’t think about breathing, the body will still work to pull in oxygen. However, when we are conscious breathers, the amount of oxygen we take in and absorb into the body is six times greater. Here’s why…

When we consciously practice abdominal diaphragmatic breathing, the air is brought to the base of the lungs, where 70% of the oxygen receptor sites, called alveoli, live. We also have a full release of carbon dioxide and waste when we exhale fully, from the diaphragm. The problem is that few people are conscious breathers and the muscles of the upper chest are doing most of the work. When we breathe this way, the air is only taken part way into the lungs, missing out on the majority of receptors for oxygen absorption. This leaves the body starving for this vital nutrient, and cells suffer.

As most people don’t practice conscious breathing, the foundation of the rib cage, the diaphragm muscle, isn’t strong causing a collapse of the rib cage into the core. This causes a squishing of the abdominal organs, heart and lungs and an inability for them to function well. As we lose this internal space from the rib cage collapsing, tissue bulges outward giving many the appearance of a big belly. Adding insult to injury, the connective tissue, called fascia, will hold the body out of alignment with a force up to 2000 lbs/square inch, literally freezing the body in this negative state. With gravity, speeding the aging process, the thicker and denser the body becomes, the faster the aging and degenerative processes occur.

Fluid Isometrics™ is the solution for this lack of oxygenation as the root focus taps into the power of conscious breathing. For this to happen, the frozen fascia, which has sealed the rib cage in this negative alignment, needs to be melted and released. Fluid Isometrics™ Block Therapy™ is a program that very safely and efficiently teaches you how to melt through the areas in the tissue that are holding the body in the negative state, thereby creating space in the tissue. Instruction and application of proper breathing, as instructed, inflates that space, creating a lightness and freedom, and education of proper posture maintains the space. As long as there is space in the tissue, between the cells, blood can freely reach each cell, drop off nutrients and pick up waste to keep the tissue fed and clean. Cells that are fed and clean are healthy, functioning efficiently and happy.

Some of the key health benefits that many have experienced with Fluid Isometrics™ Block Therapy™ include:
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What Clients Say…

I had a lot of trouble with my left knee. For 20 years I couldn’t go up and down stairs, after 3 months on the Block I can go up, down, sideways, whatever.

Diane McDougall

I use it when I am not really well and having a migraine. About a month ago I had a severe migraine, I used the Block and it really helped me. I just felt so much better.

Nicole Fontaine

If you work at a desk all day, if you have problems with frozen shoulder, or stiff neck from being at a computer all day – this is the work that you need to be doing. I highly recommend it to anybody.

Tina Lussier