If you want to be old, be old

If you want to be old, be old.  Shrinking, bent over, dowager’s hump to name a few.  Our picture of the elderly is a body that is breaking down.  Things ‘fall apart’.  Adding years to your chronological age doesn’t mean you have to adhere to the general consensus of what ‘old’ is.

A multitude of conditions can be attributed to ‘old age’ but old age is a catch all phrase.  We want erect posture with flexible limbs and  joints, balance, stability.  These are things we can work toward.  

Structural Integration assists the body in becoming malleable, flexible, balanced.  The force of gravity doesn’t weigh the body down.  The structure works with the gravitational pull to keep the body erect and aligned.  This brings hope to the person and paves the way for

more change and a positive attitude.  You look and feel more relaxed.  You don’t have to work so hard to stand up.  Your body can be transformed with Structural Integration.  We can then welcom
e the prospect of becoming more advanced in years with the wisdom we gain, the agility we maintain and the joy of moving freely.