Multiple Sclerosis: Marked gains after intensive massage
Today a dear client of mine experienced marked gains in her ability to move
When we started training, she was unable to get up from floor to sit on the couch.
These last weeks we trained the move, so she had an idea how to -- yet still needed a good deal of support
Today, right after 90 minutes of whole body massage, she managed all on her own and kinda hopped up on that couch too.
And while this ability lasted for only 3 goes, these three were real zingy -- so I'm happy and confident they're another small step towards rewiring those nerves!
🏁 Starting point: Multiple sclerosis, confined to wheelchair, unable to get up from floor to couch
🤹♀️ Additional treatment since: Movement training including breathwork for ribcage expansion, posture and conscious activation, Ayurvedic herbs & spices, magnesium, small changes in diet, intensive whole body / fascial massages
💆♀️ For a massage I usually start treating her feet and lower legs, then work the entire body -- similar to reflexology mixed with triggerpoint / fascial treatment.
Rather intensive too, so her feet / legs start to flee where points are painful.
🎯 Right after this treatment she is able to move with so much more strength & control.
❔ Do you live with Multiple Sclerosis or work with people who do?
What are your experiences?
What (else) does / did help you in getting (your) limbs back to move?
Photo by Ale Romo photography / unsplash
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