Introduction Neuromuscular Release (NVR) with Kier Schumaker

Introduction Neuromuscular Release (NVR) with Kier Schumaker

Guiding our clients through self-treatment we will provide release for the neurovascular tracts which are fascially restricted and/or protected by a neuromotor response that arose due to past stretch-related microtrauma or another injury.

Our goal is to improve ease of movement, coordination, structural balance, and nervous system regulation, while we nurture curiosity and respect for the body's intelligence.

Are you a yoga teacher, yoga therapist, Pilates instructor, structural integrator, massage therapist, physical therapist, physio, osteopath, or occupational therapist?

Using NVR techniques and strategies in your sessions will cultivate your client's interoceptive ability as they learn to "listen to" and witness their body’s subtle responses.

Your clients or patients will experience: improved range and quality of movement, better functional and structural balance and a better-regulated nervous system with improved vagal tone.

Movement-Based NVR will also prepare them for other forms of manual therapy or movement training and will help athletes become more resilient and less susceptible to injury.

You and your clients or patients will feel more agile and resilient.

Learn to lead your clients or patients through a series of sessions that combine simple hand contacts with active movement and breath. These self-treatment techniques and strategies are aimed at freeing up the vascular and neural networks for freer movement and improved structural balance.

Graduates of the Movement-Based NVR program say that this transformational work has changed the way they understand and address movement limitations, has helped them get people out of pain, and has given them new insight and effective strategies for working with problems that are typically slow to change.

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Introduction Neuromuscular Release (NVR) with Kier Schumaker