The Health Benefits of BSR

The World Health Organization (WHO) defined health in its broader sense in 1946 as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

Body Stress Release assists the body to unlock stored tension, improving communication via the nervous system.

Once the body stress has been released there is improved muscle tone, reduction in compression to nerves and circulation, and thus relief from pain and stiffness. The effects may be swift and dramatic or may take place gradually over a series of consultations, as tightened muscles relax at deeper levels.

The majority of people initially consult a BSR practitioner for relief from pain and to improve flexibility. Examples include; lower back ache and stiffness, leg or abdominal pain, upper back and shoulder ache, neck pain and headaches.

BSR’s purpose, however, is not only to provide relief from pain, but also to improve the body’s communication (promoting self-healing) and co-ordination, thereby promoting health.

Thus, after BSR there is usually a general upgrading of function, and clients experience improvement or relief from a wide range of ailments.

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