Do you struggle with sitting meditation? Do you have back pain?
Do you spend 8 to 14 hours sitting in chairs?
In this 1-hour long video Simon will teach you a simple moving meditation practice, based on a spinal movement sequence, that mobilizes your core, spine and trunk in 5-dimensions. This practice will not only relieve your back pain, but will make you become focused and energized without increasing your heart rate, which puts you into flight and fight mode and depletes your immune system. This practice is: sustainable, enjoyable, energising , while it is also calming if it is done in an effortless way relaxing way.
What will happen if you do this meditation every day?
- It will reduce chronic back pain
- You will feel calmer but more energized
- You will be able to get into a flow state easier
- It will help you regulate your stress and anxiety
- You will feel less depleted and depressed
- You will feel more focused
Who is if for?
- People who struggle with sitting meditation
- People who have joint pain
- People who have back pain
- People who’d like to relax while becoming more energized
- Athletes who’d like to warm-up and get into the flow state with an energizing moving meditation
The Science Behind It
Your spinal cord is an extension of your brain that is the main energy channel in the body. Your true core is the seat of your ‘second brain’ (the enteric nervous system). If you don’t move your core and spine, you block the energy flow in your whole body. Once you learn to move from your core intelligently it can relieve lower back pain, improve blood flow, enhance your internal organ health and bring strength and flexibility to entire body.
Masterclass: 5Dimensional Flow Moving Meditation
Simon Borg-Olivier MSc BAppSc(Physiotherapy) APAM c-IAYT has been teaching how to use posture, movement, breathing and mental control for health and well-being for 37 years, while also treating people as a physiotherapist. His unmatched wealth of knowledge comes from merging his deep understanding and research on modern medical science with what he learned from the great masters in Tibet, India, Japan and China.