Jody's Massage is now CLOSED. After 14+ years of practicing her massage skills professionally Jody is taking a big leap of faith and moving out of San Marcos, TX to dive deeper into her art career and start a new chapter of her life.
THANK YOU SAN MARCOS, TEXAS to all my past massage clients for your support all these years. Please see the REFERENCES TAB to the left for other LMTs in this area, or GOOGLE search "massage therapy in SMTX".
If art interests you, please take a look at my portfolio: https://www.jodycreates.com/ Take the best care of you that you can do! ~ Jody's Massage
Proprioceptors - What are they and why are they important? " Without looking or moving, where is your left foot right now? The
majority of us are able to determine the answer to that question because
of proprioception, the ability to know where your body is in relation
to itself and the environment. Agonist muscle(s) move the
body while fixators, or muscles that stabilize the body while we move,
hold the rest of us in place. This is how we can move our leg forward
without falling on our faces. Proprioceptors are nerve endings embedded in the muscle fibers, tendons and joints that inform the central nervous system about location and movement of the body. There are different types of proprioceptors throughout the body. " - Institute for Integrative Healthcare, www.integrativehealthcare.org
Homeostasis - ( ho·me·o·sta·sis ) hōmēəˈstāsis noun A. The
tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent
elements, esp. as maintained by physiological processes. B. The body's natural balance.
"Healing is an innate human ability. We can all plug into our power source; we can all align almost instantly if we want to."**
YOU have the power to heal yourself. The LMT is merely a helper along
your way. Healing happens when the "parts become whole". **www.souldoctorshow.comExcerpt taken from a podcast.
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