Core Fascial release

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passion for healing

As much as I started my holistic path in teaching, conscern for my students (especially the injured ones) lead me to research more on healing mediums. Naturally it lead me to energy healing and physical healing mediums. Once I saw the ubiquitous presence of the fascia and how we can nearly instantly realign a person from just one session, I made it a goal to know as much as i can to be able to help those who can't attend classes to get back on track.

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close community of healers

Elizabeth Buri, The only CORE bodyworker training in Asia is not only a remarcable teacher in this field but a great person for forming a strong bond and community amongs all CORE body workers. This enables us to improve together and make sure we are at our best for helping others.

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Apprenticeship

As an apprentice in CORE LvL2 , I received professional training and my  services are well monitored. From which you will benefit half price at 150RM per session.

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what is core bodywork ?

 

What It Is

CORE Bodywork  is  a  type  of    body   therapy   for  deep  tissue  release,  based  on  the  work  of  Ida  P. Rolf,  PhD  and   modified by Noah Karrasch,  BS Ed. LMT  and  advanced  certified Rolfer.  The  basic   concept   is   that  gravity  and   trauma   have weighed  us down and tightened us up. Experiencing CORE Bodywork will free holding  patterns  in the connective tissue  network of the body. The result is freedom, ease and release of pain.

What It Does

It is the intention of CORE Bodywork to loosen the deepest lines of holding     patterns    in   our body—physical,   emotional,    mental, chemical  and  energetic—releasing the trauma stuck and stored in our body's connective  tissue network or fascia that travels through the    entire   body.  As  it  moves   through  the body,  fascia  wraps muscles,   muscle groups,  organs   and  bones,  connecting  every body part to every other area of the body.

How It Helps

By  applying   subtle pressure  to a held  or  stuck  area, the CORE practitioner   encourages   the   connective   tissue  to  release  and become   more  resilient — to  flush  out  the  trauma  the body has stored. Clients feel a greater breath capacity, freer range of motion, reduction   of   pain   and   an    increase   of   energy.   Posture  improves,    restrictions   are   dissolved  and the body is aligned  with (instead  of  against)  gravity. Clients feel better and often report they are able to handle new stressors and traumas better. 

This  is  the  Gospel   according  to  Rolf:  when  gravity  gets flowing appropriately through the body, then spontaneously the body heals itself." Ida Rolf 

FAQ's

Is  this  painful? Sometimes. Pain is resistance to change. Change isn't   easy   for   any   of  us and letting go of old patterns can hurt. When we work as  a team,  however—client  and  practitioner—we will coax your body to release  the old  holding  patterns in a gentle and  non-threatening  manner.  You are in charge of your process, and  the freedom you feel on the other side is remarkable. Try it! 

what is fascia ?

 A fascia (/ˈfæʃ(i)ə/; plural fasciae /ˈfæʃii/; adjective fascial; from Latin: "band") is a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs

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teachers and mentors

elizabeth buri

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OurBodySpace

(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)