Movement is life!

What’s a body story and more importantly, what’s YOUR body’s story?  Every body holds the imprint of it’s past – experiences good and not so in the cells and tissues often described as muscle memory or simply pain.  These memories are easy to see on the skin – the largest and most visible organ of the body, in scars and structure that identify life events.  For example, I have two almond sized scars on my lower right leg from a steel pin that once held my tibia and fibula together after getting hit by a car when I was 5. Ouch! That was really painful and there’s a whole story underneath those scars of buried memory, deep pain, and a tendency to look three ways when crossing the street.