How Does Body Stress Release Work?


The nervous system is an electrical system that controls and co-ordinates the functioning of every cell, tissue and organ in your body. When there is tension held in muscles, these nerves become impinged so the electrical communication is reduced and pain is often felt. If nerves become impeded, then the body is less efficient and less able to respond to our constantly changing environment. Removing this tension therefore improves neural communication and restores the body to its natural functioning, self healing state. 




A fall or bump or jerk can override the body's natural protective mechanisms, causing stress in the area surrounding the injury. Releasing this tension quickly prevents the stress from getting locked in to the muscles and causing problems in later life.



Repetitive Strain Injury from repetitive movements can cause physical stress to become stored into the muscles, causing pain and discomfort across the joints.



Whiplash from car accidents or extreme sports can cause severe stress that becomes locked into the neck. Stress in the neck area can be felt as stiffness, reduced mobility, but may also cause severe headaches.


Body Stress Release is suitable for people of all ages from babies to the elderly.


BSR has had very successful results in people experiencing any of the following symptoms:

With the BSR technique, we do not force or manipulate the body, we do not 'crunch' or 'click' the joints and we do not perform painful stretches. We work with the body to facilitate its return to an efficient self- healing state that is better equipped to face the daily stresses of living in the 21st century.


Poor posture, whilst standing / sitting or incorrect lifting, can overtime cause back pain and postural distortions. In this current lifestyle, the amount of time spent sat behind computers or driving in the car, has noticeably increased, as has the amount of time spent looking down on iPhones and iPads. These events have resulted in a substantial increase in the number of people suffering with back and neck pain / stiffness.


Bladder problems

Gynaecological issues

Indigestion / heart burn

Emotional stress

Insomnia / anxiety / general fatigue

Growing pains in children

Bedwetting

Colic in infants

Headaches / Migraines

Neck pain / Stiffness

Back ache - herniated, prolapse, 'slipped disc'

Sciatica

Joint pain

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Cramps / pins and needles

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

Fibromyalgia

I've suffered with migraines for 20 years, and now, from just 3 appointments I am migraine free! I wish I knew about it sooner!

Steve, Bournemouth