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Your Body’s Brilliant Design:

A Revolutionary Approach to Relieving Chronic Pain

Did you know you have an inner core that runs from your feet to your head designed to keep you balanced and aligned?

You will learn where your inner core resides, how to differentiate it from your outer core, and how to activate it so that optimal posture and movement become effortless.


  • Treatment and training of the body’s inner core.
  • Access to your inner core through fascia, bones, and movement.
  • Learning new physical and mental solutions.
  • Replacing poor postural habits with new awareness of your body.
  • To differentiate between your inner and outer core.
  • Activate and train the inner core for stabilization and balance.
  • Connect to the center of gravity in the human body using breath.
  • Strengthen the signals of communication in the deeper fascial layers.
  • Perform subtle movements while balancing on a soft foam roller to reset your alignment.
  • How to use the inner core in everyday life.

The People & Conditions I Treat

People with chronic pain:

  • Low back
  • Shoulder
  • Neck
  • Hip
  • Feet
  • Knees
  • Elderly
  • Repetitive strain
  • Athletes
  • Runners
  • Dancers
  • Musicians
  • Overly flexible
  • Fatigue and low energy
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Useful before and after surgery
  • Could deem surgery unnecessary
  • Yoga Instructors
  • Pilates Instructors
  • Fitness Trainers
  • Acupuncturists
  • Massage Therapists
  • Chiropractors
  • Physical Therapists


  • Creates optimal postural alignment using the vertical core as a base of stability and support.
  • Trains inner core for stability and balance to sustain postural alignment in everyday life.
  • Releases strain and pain from misalignment of the fascia, bones, and muscles.
  • Rehydrates and realigns the fascia.
  • Uses anatomical imagery and visualization to educate patients.


  • Treats the body’s inner core in each and every session so that optimal posture and ease of movement is accessible.
  • Massage, Chiropractic, and physical therapy often treat the specific symptom of pain not the cause. Treatment and relief is often temporary and does not teach the patient how to stay in alignment. Compartmentalizes symptoms and does not look at the body as a complete structure.