In today’s episode I talk to Dr James Palmer.
James is a Scar Integration specialist.
His work includes neurostructural bodywork for pain management, wellbeing and performance.
Scar Integration creates space, movement and flow in the body by working directly with scars, other issues created by the trauma that originally caused the scars.
It was the onset of serious back pain when he was 13, and then Chronic Fatigue Syndrome when he was 20 that led James to rethink his entire life.
By going through a period of illness himself which limited how he could engage with the world, he found a way of moving on and have an active lifestyle which has inspired him to help others.
He has also trained widely in Western and Asian styles of movement and manual therapy, including the Anatomy in Motion approach to biomechanics,and nearly two decades in depth training in Chinese martial and energy arts, as well as shiatsu, qigong and tuina. We talk about the deep effects of scars on all levels from physical to emotional, how through healing many long term issues can be resolved. Not all scars of the human spirit are visible and are often hidden through complex experiences we live through, yet there is hope that with a true understanding of ourselves and acceptance of our condition there is hope for a new beginning.
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