The purpose of the releases is to ultimately enable the bones of the body to return to their natural alignment in space, as well
as to relieve the tissues of the body/brain of the memories of trauma at the cellular level.
A person can experience trauma in many ways: physical, structural, emotional, chemical, spiritual, and energetic. There may
be even more sources of trauma that we are not aware of, at this point in time.
Trauma can happen to a person from the moment of conception, in utero, coming through the birth canal, and continue on
throughout life. The effects of trauma are cumulative. A symptom may develop years after the original incident has happened,
as the body develops compensating patterns in an attempt to enable maximum function.
Often, when a person experiences
‘just one more injury’, the symptoms that develop, can appear somewhat unrelated to the current injury, as the effects of
past injuries come up to the forefront which are triggered by the most recent injury.