Neal is a certified Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation Therapy practitioner. Sessions are available mornings, afternoons, and evenings by appointment; Monday to Sunday
Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation (PRM) is a holistic therapy that encourages subtle, yet tangible changes within the body. The focus of PRM is primarily on the structural axis of the body (i.e. the cranium, spine, sacrum and the pelvis) and its relationship, via the nerve plexuses and meridians, with the energetic and functional efficiency of the organ systems. With this emphasis on underlying structural imbalances, PRM aims to help in the release of musculo-skeletal tension, as well as to improve an individual’s nervous and functional realignment.
Unlike most systems of structural therapy this was in fact devised to help the body eliminate toxicity. It is understood in the Phytobiophysics® method that the structural system is in fact pre-disposed to injury and abnormality when there is a blockage in the body’s ability to eliminate a toxin or transmit information efficiently and that by assisting with the body’s ability to eliminate/ transmit, that structural integrity will return to normal. Most systems of structural support emphasise merely the bio mechanistic and some to a lesser degree the nervous implications of abnormality, this approach does little more than treat the body as a machine and really only looks at the end result of abnormality rather than the cause. Of course there is some causal trauma which is purely physical and not toxic by nature and Podo-Rhacidian enables structural re-integration with this also. Thus with Podo-Rhacidian mobilisation therapy normal structural integrity becomes a side effect rather than its direct aim.
It is Cranio-Sacral only in the sense that it works on patterns the body creates that manifest structurally in the Cranium and equal opposite Sacrum. By working on these patterns through the Meridians and the Cranial nerves we can assist the body to eliminate toxins and enable a pattern of re-integration between the meridians, nerves and musculoskeletal system. The body will realign itself rapidly if this correct integration occurs, enabling improved function and reduced physical symptoms.
How Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation (PRM) can help you?
PRM helps to balance the body’s innate self-healing mechanisms therefore its scope is wide. It has been used to aid in the treatment of many problems including, but not limited to the following:
- Chronic fatigue
- Lowered vitality
- Recurrent infection
- Sinus and tonsil problems
- Reduced mobility
- Chronic vertebral pain
- Jaw TMJ problems
- Pelvic misalignment
- Headaches and migraines
- Menstrual and menopausal problems
- Emotional and mental stress
- Nervous tension
- Elimination of toxins / bacteria / heavy metal
How is Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation Performed?
There are a variety of PRM protocols. Your practitioner will utilise the one most suited to your personal requirements. This will either involve a segmental i.e. Vertebral PRM, in which each vertebra is dealt with in turn or an integrated approach i.e. Cranial PRM, whereby the whole spine is dealt with via contact points on the cranium and sacrum/pelvis.
Simple and gentle analytical methods are employed to detect spinal or cranial lesions. These are then released through mobilisation of the fingers and toes. In this way, reflexive physical tension that has been relayed from the spine along the nerve plexuses and held within the body, may be released. Not only is the treatment gentle and easy to perform, it is suitable for all ages.