Begin with “N”
Is a manipulation of the muscles, tendons, and ligaments to relieve tension and promote fluidity of motion. This technique resembles chiropractic, but manipulation of the connective tissue is the focus. Other neuromuscular methods may be added and regarding diet is recommended, too.
Called also Naturopathic Medicine, is a system of therapy centered on preventative care, and on the employment of heat, water, light, air, and massage as primary therapies for disease. Some naturopaths use no medications, either pharmaceutical or herbal.
NSB is a somatic therapy that combines various methods, including fascial release, neuromuscular re-education, craniosacral adjustment and breathwork. NSB techniques restore sensory perception and motor control, and allow for new neurological impulses that support postural balance and free range of motion.
A method utilized primarily for injury rehabilitation work. The therapist works in a focused manner in a specific zone, trying to diminish muscular tension and break-up adhesions and scar tissue on a deeper level. Elements of myofascial release and trigger point therapy are also used.