iRest Meditation, Rolfing, Yoga
Healing your body and mind from the inside out.
Rachel Lauderbaugh has a passion for helping others heal themselves. Have you tried every way possible to heal mentally and physically? Tired of feeling lost, pain, and that things will never change? Have you tried iRest Meditation? Have you tried Rolfing? Have you tried trauma sensitive yoga?
Rachel is a disabled veteran and has had great success in her own healing with these three practices. The healing that they brought to her own mind and body, she had no idea was even possible. They healed her, made her feel whole and alive again. The discovery of that made her want to learn all she could to help others. Give her a call and see if these healing methods might fit into your life!
Most recently Rachel has been receiving Rolfing sessions from her Rolfer for some foot pain. The VA was running all the tests, and wanting to give all the pain medication. I am a strong believer in holistic health and when pain arises we should listen to it, as it is probably trying to tell us something. My foot pain, which the VA diagnosed as gout… Nope. Tension and tightness in my calves and feet from intense workouts! A couple sessions with my Rolfer and I am pain free!
Looking for a Rolfer right here in Longmont? Rachel Is open and taking all precautions to stay COVID safe! Have questions? Contact me!
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“When a body is in pain or discomfort, whether physical or emotional, the unconscious response is to tighten and shorten in an effort to “get away” from the pain. Our work focuses on lengthening an balancing the body in order for the tightened tissue to have some place to go after the release.” – Ida Rolf
Rolfing is a type of body work therapy, our aim is to work with the connective tissue to help release restriction and restore function and mobility to the body. This is done in a simple way, and yet very complex as wet ry to bring the body into alignment with gravity. The Rolfing practice can have positive affects on the body such as posture, less aches and pains, and can affect your emotional or psychological well being.
Rolfing was known to be painful and similar to a deep tissue massage, but this is not the case. There may at times be some what I call “Pleasent Discomfort”, however, pain and discomfort is not the goal.
“iRest is a meditation practice based on the ancient tradition of Yoga Nidra and adapted to suit the conditions of modern life. When practiced regularly – little and often – iRest enables you to meet each moment of your life with unshakable peace and wellbeing, no matter how challenging or difficult your situation.
iRest was developed by Dr. Richard Miller, a spiritual teacher, author, yogic scholar, researcher and clinical psychologist, who combined traditional yogic practice with Western psychology and neuroscience. It is practiced and taught by thousands of people worldwide in a wide range of settings, including health centers, schools, community centers, yoga studios, correctional facilities and military hospitals.”-iRest.org
The benefits of using these holisitic practices is longterm health and well being. These modalities are something that you can learn from. You will not come out of these sessions the same as you went in. You may have more awareness. You may have less pain. You may have more ease and comfort. There is no real way to measure the change as it is so different for each person. I have been able to help with everything from depression to shin splints. Give me a call and lets discuss how we can work together to keep you moving on your healing path.
My ideal client is someone who wants a partner on their healing path. All the modalities I work with are not something that is done to you. You dont just come in my office and jump on the table and check out. That may happen at times, as Rolfing and iRest can be very calming, but that is not the goal. The goal is for you to tune into your true self. To breathe and move with ease and comfort.