Neurostructural Therapy (NST) is a technique developed in Australia by Michael Nixon-Livy, based on the work of osteopath Tom Bowen. It is a very powerful and effective advanced Bowen Therapy which can be used to resolve a plethora of health problems, both acute and chronic, in a gentle, timely and safe manner. Results are consistently long-lasting for even the most severe and chronic cases.
Now well-established in the field of bodywork and offered by hundreds of practitioners around the world, NST is so soft and gentle that most people find it hard to believe that it does any good. Such doubts are erased as their bodies start to undergo dramatic changes.
NST uses a series of gentle moves on specific muscles or at precise points on the body to create an energy flow and vibrations between these points. This allows the patient's body to communicate better with itself and balance the other tissues, muscles and organs.
The method of action is most likely to be through the autonomic nervous system, allowing the body to better carry out its many functions the way it was designed to. NST is performed with a light touch and can even be done through clothing. There are pauses between sets of moves to allow your body to assimilate the energy and vibrations.
The following symptoms often benefit or even disappear in response to an NST session:
Other conditions that usually respond favorably to treatment include:
Neurostructural therapy can help remove chronic low back pain permanently.