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What do sessions look like?

Network Spinal (NS) sessions consist of light, but powerful, contacts made to specific parts of the spine and body. This touch helps awaken the nervous system to tension patterns it has stored and cues the body to go about liberating that energy and information.

NS sessions are called Spinal Entrainments. 
Entrainments are typically done in a group setting to facilitate and enhance each individual’s healing practice together. The energy field created in the room assists in the personal reorganisational healing journey of each person. A good analogy regarding group energy can be made by observing flocks of birds flying in a “V” formation. Flying this way creates a “slip stream” effect which lowers air resistance and makes it easier for the group of birds to fly long distances, because they don’t have to expend as much energy as if they were flying solo.

Similarly, a group that is receiving entrainments in the same room illustrates this “plus factor” principle. This practice empowers people to entrain with each other’s healing rhythms, like birds flocking in formation, making healing easier and more graceful than could be achieved alone. When one person is healing, it becomes easy to share that healing with everyone in the group.

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