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28- Structural Integration for Soft Tissue Health with Loren O'Neil

28- Structural Integration for Soft Tissue Health with Loren O’Neil

When it comes to working with someone’s body, we want to learn about the way their soft tissue is moving and gliding within their body. By watching movement and feeling the tissue under our hands, we are able to understand the complexity of the body, and how to effectively work with it to reduce pain, increase range of motion, and improve optimal movement quality and wellness.

There are many forms of massage out there, some are more calming and spa-like, where as others are aimed to help rehab the tissues. When someone is trained in structural integration, they are going to observe how the body moves and how the tissues move before they even lay their hands on you.

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12- Soft Tissue Health with Lenny Parracino

The soft tissue in the human organism is something that we don’t talk enough about. We hear in the media all the time about the benefits of working out, or going on a specific diet, yet we don’t talk about what the soft tissue is and how to take care of it.

I know that most people who come into my clinic don’t take the time every day to stretch and work on their soft tissue. In fact, stretching routines typically aren’t a priority until an injury occurs, and then the routine only lasts until the person is feeling close to normal. What do you think would happen if more people added soft tissue work into their daily routine, similar to brushing and flossing our teeth?

We brought on a phenomenal practitioner to talk exactly about these issues. Lenny Parracino has mentored me for many years, and I credit his knowledge with a lot of the direction I have taken my educational path. I have never met someone who studies the human organism nearly as much as Lenny does.

This episode has tons of great information not only for the everyday person learning more about how to care for their body, but also for practitioners who want to learn more about the soft tissue matrix. You can enjoy all this in this episode of Soft Tissue Health with Lenny Parracino!

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