Your breathing controls the mind, and your mind controls your body. You can dramatically improve vital processes by altering the way the body takes in air. When you take in air through the chest and not through the diaphragm, the breath is shallow. Shallow breathing is inefficient and can trigger a stress response if left unchecked.
When the body carries imbalances, we use what is called “compensation patterns”. This is the body incorrectly attempting to move with good mechanics. By clearing these patterns and allowing the body to move without compensation, we enable it to move in a manner that is safer, and more athletic.
RPR starts with identifying these patterns and eliminating them in a matter of minutes. From there, we can begin to assess individual muscle function to ensure all the vital parts are fully functional and operating as a unit.