Pericardium Liberation – Cellular Bioenergetics Osteopathy (OBC)
Osteopathy was originally developed in the late nineteenth century by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, a North American doctor who observed the close relationship between all the elements of our body, from the subtle to the most dense. He saw that the dysfunction of one of these elements may have different effects on our level of overall health.
This technique was developed by the research of Montserrat. Gascón (www.vivalavida.org).
The pericardium stresses the importance of the emotional impact on our overall health and the functioning of the protective mechanisms that are in the heart. These mechanisms have been developed by the pericardium, a set of very resistant membranes that surround, protect and fix the heart to the mediastinum. The heart is a vital organ for excellence, the receiver and catalyst of our emotional and spiritual life. Against fear, or any threatening situation, the pericardium reacts withdrawing and allowing the heart to keep pumping to keep us alive.
Because of his various anatomical and neurophysiological insertions, any reaction of the pericardium widely affects the entire body. The pericardium is closely connected to the heart, the diaphragm, the pleura, trachea, esophagus, the entrance of the stomach, the main arterial and venous systems, the phrenic center (responsible for breathing), the stellate ganglion (key in the regulation of the nervous system), the base of the skull, intracranial membranes, the glands of the Thyroid and Thymus; it also has numerous ligaments linking it directly to the spine from the sacrum to the base of the skull.
Besides its anatomical and physiological relationships, the heart-pericardium is an essential element in the understanding and evolution of the human being. It is in the heart-pericardium where you re-unite the body and soul, allowing with this union the manifestation of the Spirit.
Neuralgic points Treatment
The neuralgia is an irritation or inflammation of one or more nerves that cause a sudden and intense sharp pain; it starts in a local area and spreads to other areas close to the sore spot. It can manifest in every moment of life and is an important reason to seek professional help.
During treatment we localize the nerve centers and with pressure movements and specific manipulations, the healing starts on the affected areas.
The concept of pressure points is present in the ancient schools of Japanese martial arts that confirm the existence of the sensitive points of the human body in which some movements can lead the system to heal in several vital levels.
Specialization in the properties and characteristics of food products and their interaction with health and disease. We have a second brain in the stomach that in its neuronal structure has the ability to produce and release the same neurotransmitters, hormones and chemical molecules that produces the upper brain. The saying “we are what we eat” is real.
Durante the session the general state of the person is evaluated and diagnosed identifying the possible eating habits that are causing an imbalance.
Together we introduce dietary food changes according to the individual conditions to restore balance that leads to vitality, joy and peace.
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian traditional system of medicine. In Sanskrit, “Ayur” means life and “Veda” knowledge. Literally it means “The Science of Life.”
It’s the first holistic system that integrates the body, mind and spirit, focusing in the integral treatment. During the sessions we use a multitude of therapeutic resources, primarily from natural remedies for rejuvenation and to restore the overall balance of the person.
Ayurveda is based on the body type or doshas of each person. By understanding the establishment of a person’s birth, their status and current symptoms, the appropriate treatment is met.
The natural energies or doshas are three: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These energies become unbalanced with a poor diet, exposure to adverse environmental conditions, exposure to toxic agents, genetic causes, stress, poor management of natural impulses (urinating, defecating, sneezing, crying, coughing). This imbalance is the main cause of all diseases.
L’ Homeopathy is a therapeutic method that uses herbal medicines to restore the patient’s health. These drugs are individually selected for the patient according to the law of similarity, enunciated by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, founder of homeopathy to late eighteenth century.
The law of similarity or law of similars states that a substance capable of producing a range of symptoms in a healthy person is also able to cure similar symptoms in a patient, by administering such a substance in small doses.
Homeopathic medicine is used to treat any disease, acute or chronic, in every moment of life. It can be used as a unique treatment or in combination with other therapies.
Reiki is the universal or spiritual energy channeling to harmonize the body, mind and spirit. Its uses may be specific to chronic pain or to create harmony. We can send Reiki to ourselves or to others. Anyone can practice Reiki, you do not need any “special gift for the privileged.”
Acupuncturists use needles to facilitate the flow of this energy through the meridians or channels of the body. This energy is called ‘chi’, in India it is called ‘prana’, various yoga and breathing techniques have developed methods to activate this energy and achieve inner balance. India does not talk about meridians as in China or Japan, but ‘Chakra’ or energy centers that run through the whole body from the crown to the base of the column, touching the seven major chakras.
Reiki uses this same energy. With the initiation courses, you learn to focus this energy. With Reiki the Universal Energy is channeled, which some call the pure love energy and other divine energy.
Reiki is perfectly compatible with any medical treatment and can act as a complement to it. It is ‘recognized as an alternative therapy by the World Health Organization (W.H.O.).
To transmit all the inner knowledge, the coach develops a methodology that facilitates and promotes the cognitive, emotional and behavioral changes.
During individual or group sessions, different tools are applied to reinforce the commitment, responsibility and capacity for action of the person according to the desired goals.