Many struggle with everyday aches and pains. Unfortunately, a lot of people who suffer just assume that’s how it will be from now on.
One reason these pains linger is poor information.
Every day, people perform flexibility and mobility exercises that may exacerbate their issues.
NueroMuscular Balancing may be able to help free you from those nagging everyday aches and pains.
NueroMuscular Balancing is about intentionally helping to bring your body back into balance. Whether from sports or just everyday life activities, muscles can go out of balance which may then manifest as those nagging aches and pains or even injuries.
Both Kalindi Dinoffer and Josh Warren played competitive sports from a young age. And both were in pain for a number of years due to those efforts.
Much of what they were told to do for relief did not help and for a while they remained out of balance and in pain.
However, those paths lead Josh to the discover and then share NeuroMuscular Balancing.
Both Kalindi and Josh thought their everyday pains were going to last forever. And they’re here to tell you that it doesn’t need to be that way, and hopefully the exercises and stretches in the NueroMuscular Balancing course might help you like it helped them to balance your body and find pain relief and optimize your performance.
Check out the NeuroMuscular Balancing course for full details and to start your journey towards a body in balance.
Kalindi Dinoffer is trained in multiple aspects of mindfulness in life and in sports, sharing on her blog MindfulKalindi.com. She is also certified to teach yoga, fitness, reiki, and MFR. Kalindi also serves as VP marketing at OnCourtOffCourt.com, a leading supplier of tennis, pickleball, fitness and yoga training aids and equipment and has been published in Tennis industry Magazine and Pickleball Magazine, and has conducted workshops at conferences around the world. In her spare time, Kalindi plays tennis, pickleball and table tennis and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and biking and cross country skiing in the winter.