NEUROSTRUCTURAL
TECHNIQUE

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What is it?

Neurostructural Technique (NST) is a uniquely versatile and noninvasive holistic approach to total body balancing. The technique is a series of simple, gentle moves across the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Therapeutic “wait” times between moves allows the brain to interpret the neurological impulses sending healing powers throughout the body. The restorative process begins when the muscle tension and soft tissue releases occur. This stimulates and balances the Autonomic Nervous System creating homeostasis at the cellular level. Health issues begin to resolve from the most critical to the subconscious.

NST (Neurostructural Technique) has shown to: 

  • Relieve muscle strain and tension improving lymphatic drainage

  • Open energy flow like acupuncture without using needles

  • Change energy flow in the body like acupressure, yet more gentle

  • Be extremely effective for functional illness and pain

NST CAN HAVE EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS WITH:

CONSTIPATION

NST PRACTITIONERS NOTED THESE RESULTS IN THEIR CLIENTS:

85%

EFFECTUAL IN BACK PAIN AVERAGING 4 SESSIONS

85%

EFFECTUAL IN NECK PAIN AVERAGING 4-5 SESSIONS

83%

EFFECTUAL IN STRESS AND TENSION AVERAGING 4 SESSIONS

83%

EFFECTUAL IN "OTHER" CONCERNS AVERAGING 6 SESSIONS

UPON COMPLETION OF THEIR SESSIONS, NST CLIENTS REPORTED THESE RESULTS:

85%

EFFECTUAL IN BACK PAIN

80%

EFFECTUAL IN STRESS & TENSION

80%

EFFECTUAL IN FIBROMYALGIA

90%

EFFECTUAL IN TMJ

80%

EFFECTUAL IN HIP PAIN

75.6%

EFFECTUAL IN OTHER CONCERNS

Further studies* indicate that NST soft tissue release consistently improves an individual’s confidence, perspective, and self-esteem. Subjective feelings of relaxation correlated with decreased heart rate variability and muscle tension allowing anger, depression, fatigue, and confusion to dissipate. This calming of the fight or flight system allows the Parasympathetic Nervous System to enhance the healing process of the body.

*A study presented at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Physical Education, Exercise, and Sports Science concluded these results.

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