The path to healing and wellbeing can be a journey or it can happen quickly, particularly with Spinal Flow Technique which supports the human body’s innate ability to heal itself.
“Sometimes people heal from pain quickly as they release a spinal blockage that’s been holding back their spinal flow,” says Dr Carli Axford.
“Sometimes it takes a few sessions to support a client through letting go of the stress their body has held for decades.”
Whatever the length of time, many Spinal Flow Technique clients report a feeling of mental clarity, calmness and wellbeing after contact has been made on one of the 33 access points on the spine.
Healing has its origins in words like whole and sacred
The origins of words like ‘health’ and ‘healing’ comes from Old English words ‘hele’ or ‘haelan’, which mean whole and is a metaphor to describe the process of bringing wholeness to the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual aspects of self.
Interestingly, many Old English words have their origins in the Old Norse, which the vikings brought to the country. The Norse word ‘heil’ also means holy or sacred, which is exactly what many clients feel once they have increased the Spinal Wave that exists inside every human body.
“Healing means different things to different people, but for me healing is about having flow through the body by releasing any spinal blockages that stop the Spinal Wave,” says Dr Carli Axford.
“It’s not strictly about the absence of pain, as pain is the necessary way the body talks to us to tell us what’s going on inside. Spinal Flow Technique can heal that pain by generating flow and ease through the body.”
Our body is always regenerating tissues and orchestrating new cells to result in a healing response – Spinal Flow Technique enables that self-healing to flourish.
The body’s instinct to heal
The path to healing is different for each person – sometimes it is instantaneous and sometimes it is a journey that takes some time.
“The healing process is not always linear or predictable but once you have a healer who can guide your body to trust that healing happens, it does,” says Dr Carli Axford.
“I believe that everyone can heal from pain and part of creating this technique has been about making sure more people learn how to do it so we can literally help millions of people heal in the world.”
Healing is an experience, not a destination
Wikipedia defines healing as “the process of the restoration of health from an unbalanced, diseased, damaged or unvitalized organism”.
Common healing experiences that practitioners experience include people decreasing their need for pain medication as the spinal blockage that causes back pain connects with ease as the Spinal Wave is increased through healing sessions.
As humans, healing brings transformational change and an ability to transcend our suffering as we gain a sense of peace or balance.
Many clients say Spinal Flow Technique enables them to connect more deeply to the life force that is inside them.
“I’ve had clients tell me that experiencing the Spinal Wave is like finally knowing their true selves, the essence that is inside all of us,” Dr Carli Axford says.
“Spinal Flow Technique can enable more freedom and flexibility so people are no longer defined by their condition.”
It has helped people deal with pain from headaches, back pain, disc injuries, low energy, infertility, digestive conditions and depression.
“Expanding the Spinal Wave helps every cell of the human body feel connected to ease and freedom.”