In India there is a 4,000-year-old system of medicine known as Ayurveda. This ‘Science of Life’ deals with nuance changes in one’s diet, daily activities, and even though process to balance ‘dochas’ that govern any one person body types. A ‘docha’ can be likened to a naturally occurring tendency of psychosomatic function. Neuromuscular therapy’s foundations start from this field of study.
It is commonly held thinking with in the Ayurvedic community, if one is interested in what they were thinking three years ago-go look in a mirror. If interested in what they will look like in three years look at one’s thinking now. In short the body is the three year ‘print-out’ of the mind.
Neuromuscular massage therapy follows these principals to eliminate chronic
body pains while also returning a sense of mental well being to the client. In conjunction to working with a skilled N.M.T. it is advisable to seek the nutritional guidance of a holistic dietary counselor who can help keep diet in congruent step with the physical changes with will occur within the body during NMT treatment.