Have you ever thought about why your body functions the way it does? For many of us who are only prone to physical problems that come from wear and tear, the question may not have come to mind. But for those who have suffered from significantly debilitating circumstances like paralysis, stroke, or chronic conditions like fibromyalgia, it is something that is considered regularly.
The neurons in the brain are connected to every aspect of how we carry our body and how we respond in all situations. In extreme cases like stroke or paralysis, it is clear that damage or injury has occurred in the neural pathways to prevent mobility. But actually, our nervous system plays an integral role in every person’s physical and emotional responses. Our mental and physical habits—both good and bad—are defined by our neural pathways.
“Meeting Jill and exploring NeuroPhysics has transformed my life. I have chronic, autoimmune conditions that left many doctors stumped, and me in horrible pain and agony. After just a few sessions with Jill, my body has started healing itself, my mind is clear and I am no longer afraid of my own body which has caused me pain for so long… This isn’t just for people with spinal cord or brain injury, it is for anyone who wishes to grow, change, become more conscious and aware of what is going on in their own body.” —Lexy Folkes
Jill Runnion works to help people rewire and move beyond dysfunctional response patterns that accumulate in the nervous system. Currently the only Neurophysics qualified therapist in the United States, Jill traveled to Australia to work with Ken Ware and study NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) and the Health Trigger Process® directly. Based on over 30 years of research, this exercise-based process uses specifically designed weight-lifting machinery to access the nervous system and facilitate repatterning. Perhaps most significantly, both Ware and Runnion have experienced consistent success with high order injuries to both the brain and body to regain mobility and function.
“Neurophysics is really about trying to give the system availability to all the more sensitive areas that the [exercise] machines access through various pathways. And it helps the system focus into the frontal cortex—the place of complete centeredness, enabling access to the whole system at once.” —Jill Runnion
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This method is not recommended for people who want to deny or avoid their problems. It’s really about letting the nervous system take you into the dysfunctional patterning—often an unconscious response based on injury or the natural fight or flight mechanism—something that happened in an instant, but then engrained in the nervous system.
“It can be very confrontational,” says Jill. “You have to surrender into the discordant tremors of the system so that they can move into a new more natural and harmonious one. This can bring up emotions and a feeling of vulnerability that is more difficult for my clients who are less compromised.” Interestingly enough, the more challenged the client is, the more familiar they are with the vulnerability of the surrender process—making the potential for change and healing happen readily. The nervous system naturally wants to function efficiently and if we open ourselves to its guidance it will help us return there.
According to Runnion and the Neurophysics global website, the benefits of this therapy are limitless and work for everyone in any physical state, including enhancing performance for professional athletes. “By treating the overall system, NPT activates communication that naturally innervates pathways in the nervous system in a manner that had not been previously discovered, or thought possible.” www.neurophysicstherapy.global.
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