The skeletal component of N.A.R.E.S.S. (Neurological and Anatomical Response to External Skin Stimulation), it allows perfect alignment of the spine and joints into optimum position within the subject.
Requiring only a very light touch on the surface of the skin, an electrical reaction occurs within the body that can be felt by the therapist as heat, pulsation (not the circulation pulse) or tingling. This reaction only occurs if the correct areas are in contact. The subject may feel heat or even muscle contractions realigning the targeted joints.
The only requirements for treatment are that the subject have a functioning nervous system and that he/she is in a position of relaxation so that the brain can activate the muscles to re-align the joints. It is best applied prone on a suitable surface such as a large table top, but not on a bed or the floor as the therapist will be uncomfortable - and then possibly require treatment his or her self.
It is not restricted to age as it is non-invasive, and can be applied to any creature with an endoskeleton. Tried and tested on a variety of animals as well as a comprehensive range of human subjects (over 33 years of research and development), it is obviously objective as animals are not generally responsive to the placebo effect.
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The entire NARESS technology, spanning muscle release, and internal organ repair will become available as up to 12 e-books, probably via Amazon or other publishers.
Researched and developed by Diana Hunter in South Australia, the Ostealign component is available as a two-day practical course in the classroom with her.
There is not - and never will be - a professional training course as it has not proved successful in the past. Nor is any form of accreditation required, making it elitist , as it should be available to everyone who needs it.
As it is an internal electrical response, the areas requiring treatment can be plotted electronically and a device to locate/treat these is under development.
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