Anna from Michigan is one tough cookie. She endured a lot as a child and to survive she became perfect and good so as not to disrupt the household.
Like most TMSer’s, she grew into a very successful adult because of her perfectionist and people pleasing personality. You could always count on Anna. She’s always organized. She always gets things done.
But success isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. Anna suffered from chronic symptoms throughout her adult life. She was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis along with complex regional pain syndrome, and she had surgery for plantar fasciitis on both feet. She now knows the surgery was unnecessary.
Anna found the book - The Mind Body Prescription by Dr. Sarno on a plane and read most of the book before the plane landed. She saw herself on every page. She says it’s the first thing that made any sense.
Anna purchased the Sarno Master Class, created a plan of action, and really stuck to it. She started to...
TMS recovery means getting your mojo back. Separating from the herd. Following your own healing (mind-body) path.
All this adds up to...you got it...being a bit of a Bad Ass! :)
Join me for a more lighthearted, but still very important, perspective that will help you get motivated to do what you need to do to get rid of the pain . 3 Hacks to get you started. Let's go!
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Sometimes it can seem impossible. But it never is. There's always a way. Watch Allan's story of overcoming chronic back pain (and digestive issues). Conditions that he had suffered with his entire adult life. He changed his belief, ditched his fear, moved his body, and beat the pain. If Allan can do it, YOU can do it. WATCH.
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We’ve had a very active start to 2022! With many new students jumping on board AND (our favorite!) – many TMS recovery success stories. So, you may be wondering: What, specifically, are our students doing to get better? Take a look:
- Exercising (and overcoming the fear of moving their body!)
- Letting go of toxic (or simply “expired”) relationships
- Moving to different cities/states/countries
- Learning to dance
- Changing jobs or careers
- Saying “NO”
- Prioritizing self-care (massage is not a luxury!
- Starting a meditation practice
- Finding a new purpose (a common issue when transitioning into retirement)
- Finding a new hobby (and stopping hyper-vigilance around their chronic “condition”
-Backing off perfectionism
- Playing the guitar – again.
- Having (a lot!) more FUN
- Stretching and foam rolling (consistently!)
- Getting off the medical merry-go-round…for good
- Planning getaways (without the...