Somato respiratory integration (SRI)
Somato respiratory integration (SRI) is a tool that helps people to develop increased body awareness. There are 12 different stages, or exercises, (described in Donald Epstein’s book The 12 Stages of Healing). Once learned, they can be practiced at home. With the use of your own hands, breath, awareness, movement and specific declarations you can bring yourself from disconnection to connection and from distress to ease. Learning this tool increases and supports the effectiveness of your the NSA adjustments. SRI exercises are designed to help the brain to reconnect with the body and its experience.
Free Health Talks
Dr Stephanie is committed to education. On a daily basis you can hear her advising people on spinal health, nutritional support, teaching someone a yoga pose, and much more. Several times a month she offers her time and invites the community to join her in her healing center for an evening of education and practical hands-on skills that participants can take with them. Just ask, Stephanie would be happy to come to your place of business, school, or community to speak to a group interested in the benefits and philosophy of Network Spinal Analysis. These 1-hour talks will demonstrate the subtle yet profound nature of this gentle healing method.
Dr Bridwell teaches private and group yoga classes. Yoga is an ancient system of health that supports balance in body, mind and spirit. TriYoga® is a complete Hatha yoga method which emphasizes the development of strength, flexibility, spinal wave-like movement, controlled breath, and the creation of an inner meditative state. This style is supportive to your care in this office.
Tanya Hart is a Certified Nutrition Coach and practices what she terms "Food Therapy" in San Francisco. Her coaching process was born as a result of her profound discovery: That through slowing down, becoming more present, practicing mindfulness, and reflecting on our experiences, it is possible to be at peace with our bodies, let go of the diet mentality and obsession with losing weight, and heal our relationship with food. Rather than focus on what you are eating, she’ll turn your attention to how you think and feel about your body, which is the root of suffering. By addressing inner thoughts and perceptions, we re-connect with ourselves. Only then are you able to transform your relationship with food. Your body responds to this shift and you can finally attain your unique and appropriate healthy weight. Unlike dieting, this is the kind of change that will last because it comes from an authentic connection and compassion with your body. Dr. Bridwell's care perfectly supports Tanya's process as it helps you slow down, become more mindful, reconnect with your body, and help you clear old patterns or distorted perceptions that are no longer serving you.
For more information, please visit www.rootwellness.com. She has an active blog and consistently posts recipes, articles, and advice.