melting butter

Butter Melting … It’s the Sensation We Feel When Muscles Change

“What do you feel when the muscles change?”

Inquisitive clients have posed this question over recent weeks. My response?

To those of us doing Bridging®, the change feels like the muscles and movements soften and melt, similar to butter. The movement become easier for us, and for you!

Butter can have many states from hard to melted:

  • frozen solid
  • refrigerator hard
  • room temperature softness
  • a melted fluid

As your muscles begin to work together better they end up in the soft, easy to spread state. The work of each muscle becomes shared with a larger network so each individual muscle can relax, knowing it can work only when needed, and that it now has helpers.

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kids on wheels

Hard Time Learning to 🚲 Ride?

There are FOUR aspects of coordination required.

I’ve written about biking before, but usually from an injury perspective.

This is the time of year that younger children are testing out new bikes, and parents are trying to teach bike riding skills.

With success, the joy is unbelievable.

When the skills just don’t happen, the frustration and doubt run deep.

This is when a little Bridging® can problem solve about why the skill is a challenge, and get your child over the hump! Read more

playing on a jungle fym

Playground Success? Yes, They Did!

It’s the season for being outdoors which often means exploring playgrounds.

Playground exploration is an essential part of childhood for learning new physical skills, and learning to take risks. These are vital aspects of development!

Sometimes your child needs a little help, then they figure it out. Sometimes a little help doesn’t work and your child feels left out and frustrated. You feel frustrated and helpless. Maybe they’ll get it next week, or next year.
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