The Breath & Jaw Connection: A Journey to Whole
Ready to say goodbye to issues such as breathing problems, teeth grinding, or TMJ disorders? The key may lie in integrating your breathing with the rest of your body. This is a complex process that requires a sophisticated understanding of how to structurally connect your body to your gait.
The techniques we cover in this workshop will teach you the difference between having a jaw closed tight instead of open, and how it impacts the rest of your body (from the rib cage to the feet).
In the modern world, foot pain conditions such as plantar fasciitis, achilles pain, ankle strains and sprains, and bunions are common — but that doesn’t mean you have to concede to suffering. In this workshop, you’ll learn to explore joint movements, correct your balance, and learn about the rules of gravity that affect your body. Even if you’re not experiencing foot pain, you’ll still be able to benefit from the techniques we teach.
Over the course of the class, you’ll find the tripods in your feet to help you feel connected with your body like never before, and learn practical techniques to ease pressure.
*This is a 7-week online interactive workshop series via Zoom, and you are welcome to join any of them!
Monday 09 Jan: Stepping Out Of Foot Pain
Monday 16 Jan: Reclaiming Mobility: Healing Hips and Pelvic Pain
Monday 23 Jan: The Art of Spinal Alignment
Monday 30 Jan: Unlocking Your Rib Cage
Monday 13 Feb: Shoulder Pain No More
Monday 20 Feb: Neck Relief Now
Monday 27 Feb: The Breath & Jaw Connection: A Journey to Whole
About Victoria Salomon
Victoria is a certified therapist focusing in Bodywork and Mobility with qualifications in Clinical Message, Systematic Kinesiology, Biomechanics, Medical Acupuncture, and more. From her Brighton base, she works with clients to help them overcome chronic pain and illnesses through her pioneering techniques.
After suffering from mental and physical health issues for much of her early life and failing to get the answers she needed from the medical system, she set out on her own path to seek answers, which is how she discovered the alternative medicines she specialises in today.
Throughout these experiences, she developed her own methodology known as the Ixchel System, which focuses on tackling chronic pain and illness through holistic techniques. This emphasises the importance of mobility and mindfulness. Our bodies are meant to move in three directions, and learning to move them correctly is often the key to easing pain.