Meet Diana

One of her children has some special needs and another is only 8 months old. She is a stay at home mom/ homeschool teacher/ house cleaner and activity coordinator. She also has a condition called, ISGS, and yet, she makes time to meet  once/week and allow me boss her around doing fun activities in the park or in studio: )

Diana has ISGS or idiopathic subglottic stenosis, aka narrowing of the trachea due to a buildup of scar tissue. She had surgery to open it up in 2020 however the scar tissue tends to come back over time. She uses a peak flow meter to monitor her air flow. Recently, she tested her air flow prior to Melting. Her peak flow measured 350. She then used the Melt Techniques for hands, feet and face, then the rebalance sequence. These techniques all draw fluid into the connective tissue ( scar tissues "is" connective tissue) Afterwards, she retested her peak flow and it was at 375. She said, "That was exciting because I’d been around 350 for a month or two!" I am so excited for you Diana! This could mean no more surgeries. By drawing fluids into the connective tissue, the tissue becomes softer, more flexible and more stable to allow her trachea to function more efficiently. This Sh*t works : )

Melt Techniques are based in scientific research. The MELT Method is a simple self-treatment that reduces chronic pain and helps you stay healthy, youthful, and active for a lifetime. Just 10 minutes of MELT three times a week is all you need to begin reducing the effects of accumulated tension and stress caused by daily living.

Message me if you would like to attend the next Melt Hand, Foot and Face clinic on April 23 & 30, 11am - 12: pm