What is Network Spinal Analysis
Jo is excited to be able to offer Network Spinal Analysis (NSA), a gentle evidence based chiropractic approach.
It is grounded in Reorganisational Healing, an innovative approach to achieving health and happiness, and together with Somato Respiratory Integration NSA aims to empower people to overcome physical and emotional stresses.
NSA relieves underlying tensions by affecting the nervous system through gentle and precise touches.
An evidence-based approach to wellness and body awareness
In one survey, the University of California found that 76% of 2,818 NSA patients reported feeling significant improvements in all of the following areas:
• Physical wellbeing
• Mental/emotional wellbeing
• Response to stress
• Life enjoyment
• Overall quality of life
What people have to say about NSA
There can be no doubt that we are witnessing the birth of a powerful method of healing, grounded in rigorous scientific fact, that will become integral to future systems of healthcare.
Kim A. Jobst, MA. DM. MRCP. MFHom. Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
“NSA inspires us to trust the healing power within”
Deepak Chopra, MD
“Network Spinal Analysis and Somato Respiratory Integration are amongst the most powerful sources of transformation I have ever experienced or seen. They produce embodied and empowered strategies that are both sustainable and enjoyable for enhanced human resourcefulness and wellness. I am stronger, more inspired, creative and healthy because of this work. It has personally and professionally helped me to maximize my ability to contribute to others.”
Anthony Robbins, Peak Performance Coach and best-selling author of Unlimited Power
Network Spinal Analysis represents the epitome of body work; it is at the leading edge of body/mind/spirit integration. This work will transform the planet.”
Candace Pert. Ph. D., Nobel Laureate, Professor of Research and Brain Biochemistry at Georgetown University, in her book Molecules of Emotion.
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