How I managed to get rid of my lower back pain – forever!

A few years back I had been suffering from lower back pain for a couple of months. I went to my usual “Goto” fixes. The osteopath and the shiatsu practitioner. Nothing seemed to do anything more than give relief for a couple of days and then it was back. Just as bad as it had been before. I was desperate. I started searching google for some alternatives.

Why pain can be such a pain!

Pain is one of the most universal human experiences, yet it is also one of the most difficult to define and understand. Pain is often described as a feeling of discomfort or suffering. It is a complex sensation that is both physical and emotional, and it can be difficult to pinpoint its exact cause. There are many different types of pain, from the sharp, stabbing pain of a paper cut to the dull, aching pain of a headache. Pain can be short-lived or chronic, and it can be mild or severe. No matter what form it takes, pain is always unpleasant and can be a great source of distress. Causing you to feel stress! It is so hard to concentrate when you are in pain. It impacts every part of your life, not just the physical.

The secret to success

I started searching google for some alternatives. That is when I came across Somatic Movement. I just started with an online training course. I learned how the muscles travel through the body and cause pain in completely different places from where the main muscles are located. Bingo – I had my back problem culprit – the psoas muscles. It is a bit of a tricky muscle to reach. If it is tight through the hips then it can cause ridiculous amounts of pain in the lower back that can be quite incapacitating. It can be stretched but that is not usually a very lasting solution. The psoas movement in somatics is really easy to learn though and can give instant relief.

It was so life changing I qualified as a teacher of somatic movement. My back has never been better and has taken my self care to a whole new level.

Does this sound like a familiar tale to you? Do you suffer from lower back ache that never seems to resolve? Well if you would like to learn the secret of the psoas muscle release I am offering a discount until the end of august on all sessions. Take a look at our social media posts to pick up my special offer.





What is Somatic Movement?

Somatic movement is the movement of the body as a whole, or of individual parts of the body. It includes both voluntary and involuntary movement and can be either purposeful or non-purposeful. It is an important part of human development and is essential for maintaining physical health and well-being.

A Movement for healthy living

There are many benefits to incorporating somatic movement into your life. Somatic movement can help to improve your overall physical health, as well as your mental and emotional well-being. By improving your physical health, you can reduce your risk of developing chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Furthermore, somatic movement can help to improve your balance and coordination and increase your flexibility and range of motion. Additionally, practicing regular somatic movements can help to reduce stress and anxiety, and improve your quality of sleep. Ultimately, incorporating somatic movement into your life can help you to live pain-free and reverse some of the postures we typically associate with old age.

Why somatic movement is so important

The human body is designed to move. And yet, in our modern world, we often find ourselves sitting for long periods of time – at our desks, in our cars, on our couches. This sedentary lifestyle can lead to all sorts of health problems, including obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.

Somatic movement is any kind of movement that is intentional and mindful. It can be as simple as taking a break from sitting to stand up and stretch, or it can be a more structured form of movement with a qualified practitioner.

The benefits are many. It can help to improve our posture, increase our flexibility, and reduce stress. It can also help to improve our cardiovascular health and increase our overall strength and endurance.

The great thing about somatic movement is that you can do it almost anywhere. So why not make a commitment to incorporating some somatic movement into your daily life? Your body will thank you for it!

Interested in Finding Out More – Special Offer

Hi I’m Alison
I help people who are in pain, feel better again. I recently moved to Great Wakering and set up my local studio, and in celebration, I am giving a special offer on Somatic Movement one-to-one sessions until the end of August.
So if you
  • Wake up tired or in pain?
  • Notice you cannot move like you used to?
  • Somatics is the answer; It goes to the root of most chronic muscular pain.

It works for everyone, both young, and old, and everyone in between! Retrain your brain to relax and release chronically tight muscles and move easily and flexibly.

Give me a call on 07768 493157 and we can have a chat about how I can help you.