About Spinal Flow Technique

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Founded by former chiropractor Dr Carli Axford, the Spinal Flow Technique  healing modality is simple to learn and has its roots in the philosophy, science and touch of the spine and nervous system.
Spinal Flow Technique practitioners learn the 7 gateways of the spine, to feel and assess each of the spine’s 33 vertebrae for spinal blockages.

Our bodies hold signs and symptoms of the stress we’ve experienced, with the certification program teaching practitioners how to feel for the three types of stress which cause spinal blockages – chemical, physical or emotional stress.

Those who train and certify in the technique learn powerful communication and hands-on contact with the 33 access points of the spine to initiate the Spinal Wave and release spinal blockages.

Spinal Flow Technique relieves people’s pain, symptoms and dis-ease by connecting their nervous system to the brain to release spinal blockages and integrate their experiences.

The technique transforms people’s wellbeing by connecting them to what already works in their body and expanding that to allow the Spinal Wave to flow from the coccyx to the cranium.

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With a bonus 49 business and marketing modules in the Spinal Flow Technique Virtual University we are on a mission to give every practitioner the business success training to grow this technique throughout the globe.

Spinal Flow Technique offers part-scholarships to practitioners in regions of the globe that are crying out for more Spinal Flow practitioners to help transform people’s wellbeing and make a difference.

A TECHNIQUE TO RELEASE STRESS AND LET HEALING HAPPEN

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Dr Carli Axford developed Spinal Flow Technique to teach others the philosophy, science and touch that prompts our spine and nervous system to release and integrate stress that causes spinal blockages and prevents spinal flow.

There is an innate instinct inside every human body to restore, allay and mend itself. Just as our gut digests our food and our hair grows, our bodies know how to heal by harnessing the nervous system.

Spinal blockages are a bit like static interference for our master controller – the spine and nervous system – which can block the flow of our body’s aptitude to heal itself. Spinal Flow Technique helps locate blockages that cause symptoms like pain or illness by making contact with the 33 access points of the spine to allow healing to happen.

Certified Spinal Flow Technique practitioners understand how to effectively assess and enable the body to connect to the ease that exists within. Spinal Flow Technique healing sessions harness the power of group energy and allow multiple people to be worked on at the same time.

There are 33 access points on the spine, where the dura mater attaches to our sacrum, coccyx and cranium, which enable the nervous system to connect to the spinal blockage and release it. It’s transformative to experience. It’s even more powerful when you see it help others heal.

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Philosophy

OF SPINAL FLOW TECHNIQUE

The body has its own wisdom, and this is the philosophy that underpins Spinal Flow Technique.

There is a Spinal Wave sitting inside every human body, waiting to connect our brains with our nervous system and fully explore the wisdom within.

Spinal Flow Technique is based on the philosophy that the human body has everything it needs inside itself to heal.

The body has an innate intelligence to help us respond to the demands of the world around us. Just as there is a state of equilibrium – where healing, digestion and wellbeing happen – there is equally a load of pressure and stress in our modern lives.

The three most common forms of stress store as spinal blockages. Emotional stress from past traumas, chemical stress from the foods we eat and the products that surround us and physical stress from accidents, postural strain or sustained sitting lead to blockages.

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Science

OF SPINAL FLOW TECHNIQUE

THE Science OF SPINAL FLOW TECHNIQUE

The human body has been perfectly designed to serve us with the senses, organs and anatomy that enable us to function by walking around, looking after ourselves and thinking.

The spine and nervous system are the master controllers of the human body but stressors can interrupt the healthy flow of messages up and down the spine through our nerves to our organs.

Spinal Flow Technique’s detailed understanding of the 7 gateways of the spine and 33 access points help practitioners learn everything they need to know about enabling the Spinal Wave and helping others release spinal blockages.

The anatomy of the spine – and its intimate connection to glands, organs and tissues throughout the body – are the basis of Spinal Flow Technique.

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Touch

OF SPINAL FLOW TECHNIQUE

Spinal Flow Technique uses touch, palpation, anatomical postural assessments and the 7 gateways of the spine to help locate spinal blockages.

All certified practitioners learn the art of touch, palpation and other techniques to find and release spinal blockages, as well as the key assessments and tests.

Spinal Flow Technique also trains practitioners in how to communicate with clients so they can identify the stress, and how long it has been in the body to allow healing to happen.

THE 7 GATEWAYS OF THE SPINE

The 7 gateways of the spine are the main assessment tool used in Spinal Flow Technique. Each gateway holds different symptoms and stories of an individual’s life experience, particularly with stress.

THE 33 ACCESS POINTS OF THE SPINE

The human body has everything it needs inside of it to heal, particularly the 33 access points.

We teach practitioners where these access points are located on the body, and how to make contact with them to release spinal blockages.

The 33 access points are located mostly on the sacrum and cranium, where the dura mater is close to the skin. Making contact with these access points sends a message to the brain to release spinal blockages.

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