Network Spinal Analysis
Network Spinal Analysis
How can a gentle touch change your life? How does a technique that allows you to lie down and keep your clothes on reduce stress and increase wellbeing?
Network spinal analysis, or NSA as it is commonly known, is a gentle and powerful method of healthcare developed 23 years ago by American, Donald Epstein.
Well established in the United States with successful scientific research being carried out with eye-raising results, NSA, in many countries, is still a method that is gaining recognition, yet focuses on what most people want in their lives wellness.
Wellness is an integral state linked with the experience of strength and wisdom. In a state of wellness, beyond what most of us experience, emerges a sense of community, peace, wisdom and wellbeing. There is often a deepening of a persons ability to perceive their environment, a new ability to adapt to lifes stressors and a stronger sense of self.
There are a wide range of reasons that people decide to visit an NSA practitioner. Some people just have a desire to have an improved quality of life, others have neck or back pain or headaches, and then others come into care with life-threatening diseases, such as cancer and heart disease. Even though NSA is used to prevent illness, most people try it to treat a health problem.
Although people are not directly treated for their symptoms, after having NSA their problems often go away and, as an added benefit, their quality of life is often improved dramatically.
So how does it all happen? Usually alongside other people, in a group, all of you lying on tables.
When one person experiences a change in their body or a shift in consciousness, others often do as well. There is no massage or invasive instruments used, just a practitioners hand guided by training and experience.
Care begins with an initial assessment that takes into account the clients past and present history and past health issues. Practitioners use various areas of the spine, heels and legs to find out where a persons spine is holding tension. Unreleased tension accumulates and can cause problems for a persons body, mind and life.
Using gentle contacts along the spine, called entrainments, the NSA practitioner seeks to create new ways for the spine, nervous system and the individual to operate. From these strategies, two unique healing waves develop waves that create spontaneous release of spinal and life tensions.
During an entrainment, the brain and body shift to a more peaceful and energetic state. The goal is always to help the persons body become aware of its own self-healing abilities, and experiencing the two healing waves is an important part of the process.
People who receive this work find greater self-awareness and conscious awakening of the relationship between their body, mind and emotions. This is wellness and it changes your life.
We are constantly learning more and more about our bodies and our minds, and NSA is at the cutting edge of what we know.