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“Alignment is the way. Good posture is required in order to be aligned.
Alignment is when all of the processes that define our human existence are working together.”
Garry Lineham, Co-Founder of Human Garage

 

Busting the Myth of the Mind/Body Split

21-Apr-2017  -  By: Whitney Easton

“Alignment is when all of the processes that define our human existence are working together.” Garry Lineham, Co-Founder of Human Garage
I wanted to take a minute to step back today to define what we mean by “mind/body repair and alignment” at Human Garage. Read More

Listening to Our Bodies' Wisdom

09-Jul-2016  -  By: Whitney Easton

Prior to coming to the Human Garage, I was disconnected from my body. My body spoke to me for years, yet I learned to actively ignore it. One might think competitive athletes are more connected to their bodies. Perhaps some are, but I mostly disagree. I think if most competitive athletes were really connected to their bodies we'd be miserable. We learn to ignore pain, fight it, pretend that it's not there. Read More

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  2. Are All Chiropractors Created Equal? Whitney Easton 26-Jul-2017
  3. How To Stay Aligned: Summer Survival Tips Whitney Easton 12-Jul-2017
  4. The Power of Language to Align Whitney Easton 22-Jun-2017
  5. Why We're Not "Healers" Whitney Easton 11-May-2017
  6. Busting the Myth of the Mind/Body Split Whitney Easton 31-Mar-2017
  7. Why Does Good Posture Matter? Whitney Easton 27-Feb-2017
  8. Are All Trainers Created Equal? Whitney Easton 23-Jan-2017
  9. Four Lessons 2016 Taught Me Whitney Easton 10-Jan-2017

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"After all, the mind (our brain) is housed in and lives within the body. If we ignore the body, we are ignoring the very vehicle from which we live our lives. It's the mode of transportation that carries us through every interaction. The body is our home. So why don't we start treating it that way?"
— Whitney Easton, Tuned In Blog