Avi Bahat Touch Movement Therapy
Your first step towards living a pain free life!
Avi Bahat Touch & Movement Therapy
With touch and movement therapy, you can live a pain free life.
Pain in the body indicates that you need to make some changes.
Many of my clients suffer from back and joint pain. Some have a high degree of muscle tension. Many suffer from a mild form of Scoliosis in which the spine is curved due to muscle tension. When Scoliosis is mild, it is often not detected until there is pain and the patient seeks relief from back pain.
I specialize in treating Scoliosis and herniated slipped discs.
Using different methods of Touch and Movement Therapy, I help my patients to be free from pain and improve their overall well being.
I have worked in the field of Touch and Movement Therapy for over 30 years. One of the most efficient ways to treat pain is by using the method of Structural Integration (developed by Dr. Ida Rolf).
The Trager Approach is the most efficient method to teach the body how to "release through movement". The Trager Approach method teaches the client useful methods to release pain in his daily life.
Combining Structural Integration with the Trager Approach provides the best physical results. Clients who have completed a series of treatments have reported a feeling of lightness while standing, walking, and sitting. They have also experienced great relief from back pain.
The Paula Garburg Method is another greate tool I have used for the last 30 years to treat pelvic floor problems as well as many other types of body dysfunctions. The Paula method is a self healing system. You learn the method and continue to practice it.
Are you interested in learning Structural Integration (Dr. Ida Rolf)? Trager Approach? Information about course can be found under Professional Courses in the top menu.
The Israeli Paula Garburg Method is the most effective method regarding incontinence and prolapse.
The efficiency of the Paula Method is far
The most common area for back pain is in the lower back, but sometimes this causes problems in upper parts of the back too!
The good news is
Standing in between these two modalities as I have learned them more or less at the same time, has developed in me the option of seeing them as complimentary rather than contradictory!