NST Bowen Therapy Neurostructural Integration Technique Victoria
NST Bowen Therapy Neurostructural Integration Technique Victoria is considered by many to be the world’s leading technique in spinal and structural therapy.
The Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) is considered by many to be the world’s leading technique in spinal and structural therapy for lasting rejuvenation and pain removal. It is an advanced and quicker form of the Bowen Technique.
NST is a remarkably effective professional bodywork technique, which initiates a process of natural auto-regulation in the spinal column and consequently throughout the whole body. The effect of this is a rapid elimination or reduction of symptoms, followed by an increase in energy and an unmistakable sense of wellbeing.
The response to NST is most often profoundly effective and sometimes miraculous.
NST consists of cross fibre connective tissue manipulation. Gentle, soft tissue movements stimulate ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves and fascia. It is designed to remove pain, physiological dysfunction and even psychological imbalances, by restoring the structural integrity of the body.
Its application is suitable and safe for all ages, from newborns to the elderly.
The main aim of NST is to reintegrate the body-mind complex as a whole. Pain, postural dysfunction and illness are all signs of imbalances in your body. The process of balancing the musculoskeletal and nervous system influences and balances the bodies’ somatic and visceral functions. Long lasting relief can be achieved when the body is balanced.As there are no contraindications, this technique is useful for a wide range of conditions from acute pain to chronic conditions.
Throughout the session deep relaxation is experienced, this provides the body with time to reorganize itself comprehensively via the natural activation of various neural reflexes and important regulatory systems. “Substantial relief is frequently attained after the first session, while long term resolution, is typically attained after the second or third session. A session generally lasts 25-45 minutes, but can be as short as five minutes in certain circumstances.”