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We had the opportunity today to speak with Annie Waugh who does some amazing work with Neurostructural Integration Technique aka NST for those who have a hard time like I do saying such words! 😉
It was really fascinating because this is different from rolfing. From how I understand it rolfing can be more painful as it lends itself to deep tissue work which helps to uncoil the fascia deep with the tendons and ligaments. I could be wrong on that but NST is different because it is much lighter to the touch and isn’t nearly as painful.
During the show Annie mentioned she had a lower back injury from many many years of dancing along with a bad accident which involved a significant fall.
My ears perked up during that time because at the moment, I have a lower back that’s really challenging. At the gym I was doing bent over rows with a 135lb barbell and I absolutely messed up my lower back in the process. This was about a year ago and I haven’t been the same since.
I’m actually working with some lasers at the moment and finding some good success and if it continues I’ll be talking much more about that later.
So when she mentioned how Neurostructural Integration Technique could help a lower back, of course I was very interested in what she had to say.
But what I loved most is that this therapy isn’t chiropractic adjustments, it’s not massage, it’s not rolfing but it falls somewhere in between all of them. That gets me excited because it’s one more healing modality we can use to heal our bodies.
The other thing I liked about what Annie said was this this type of technique (NST) can be used to manipulate and restore health to not just the structures of the body but the organs themselves. Very fascinating indeed.
We also talked a little bit about how our bodies hold energy and how even traumas from previous generations can somehow be passed down to new generations. Annie shared the story of Holocost victims passing emotional traumas to future generations.
Isn’t that fascinating? What’s even more interesting is how we can manipulate our bodies (through, physical transformation like weight loss or building muscle) and pass THAT down to our children.
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Annie is a Certified Advanced Practitioner of NST and was moved into the position of Instructor in 2013. She is a nationally certified and licensed massage therapist and received her training from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL. Under the guidance of her clinician, Dr. Patricia Coe, DC, ND, Annie learned of NST and chose to pursue extensive training in order to specialize in this technique. In addition to the intensive program at National University, she has logged over 200 hours of NST training in the US, Switzerland and the UK; including training in Equine and Canine NST. Additionally, she has accrued over 2500 hours of clinical practice in NST alone.
From a young age she pursued a professional career in dance and theater, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in performance and pedagogy from Wright State University in Dayton, OH. Years later, after her eldest child sustained a traumatic brain injury from prescribed pharmaceutical medications, she put her training in pedagogy to work and began special needs teaching and tutoring. Determined that her son, and the millions like him, could recover from these injuries, she obtained certification in a neurological therapy and then went on to National University to pursue her massage license in order to become an NST practitioner.
“I firmly believe that our bodies are designed to heal, when attended to appropriately, and that is what has propelled me on this path. My son is fully recovered from his injuries and it is clear that NST has played an enormous and pivotal role in his recovery. My children and I each had differing chronic health concerns that were resolved with the help of NST and complimentary healthcare. It is truly a privilege to be able to teach NST and share this life-changing modality with others, and to play a part in empowering others on the path to authentic health and living.”
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