Live to your highest potential
Stressful emotions such as grief, fear, anger, and/or physical injury triggers the "fight or flight response," or sympathetic part of our nervous system. We are designed that way so we can respond physically and emotionally to challenging situations. When the stressful event is over, the body will naturally return to the "rest and digest"or parasympathetic mode, which is relaxed, creative, and naturally energized. Our body does this automatically; we don’t even have to think about it.
Sometimes, however, our body-mind is so overwhelmed (for example, because of a loss of a loved one, a car accident, divorce, changing jobs, over-busy lifestyle, etc.) it cannot properly process all the stressful information and does not completely return to its relaxed state. Over time that unresolved stress manifests as physical tension, stiffness, pain, low energy, premature aging, and overall, the decreased ability to enjoy life.
Dr. January’s very gentle contacts with her thumb or finger along the spine at “spinal gateways” (specific access points into the nervous system) allow the body to unlock stored stress and trauma. As the body opens up, the spine and muscles begin to unwind, and the spine actually reorganizes how it holds energy.
People are able to rest and heal on a deeper level.
They feel better, breathe deeper, and have less pain.
Energy levels increase.
With less stress in their nervous system, they are less easily “triggered” by people and situations, and experience more wellbeing within.
With continued care, people continue to feel more naturally energized, clear, vital, and joyous.
They are able to actualize dreams, work smarter, connect to self and others in a more present and compassionate way. They are able to slow the aging process, and often achieve more balanced natural set points like blood pressure, weight control and sleeping rhythms.