ITA Movement – A self healing technique
ITA Movement is a self healing technique that is adapted from the ITA techniques performed on clients during an ITA session.
Through ITA Movement you will learn to direct chi in a sequenced pattern utilising the breath and gentle co-ordinated movements.
This powerful self healing technique allows you to bring alignment and balance to your physical and energetic systems and brings you into harmony with the world around you.
ITA Movement is performed in a standing or sitting position and looks similar to tai-chi or qigong. This similarity is because we are working with the same principals as these ancient practices, we are just working with them in a unique ITA sequence.
ITA movement is also a form of moving meditation. Once the sequence is memorised it can be practiced through visualisation if preferred or if movement is not possible.
Benefits For Your Health
Benefits of ITA movement include :
- More energy
- Improved sleep
- Regulated immunity
- Improved management and response to stress
- Improved memory
- Peace of mind
- Improved coordination
ITA Movement only requires a small area if practised independently and the benefits are amplified when practiced outdoors or in a group.
This 45 minute sequence can be abbreviated into a 30 or 15 minute sequence.
Regular practice of just the 15 minute sequence can bring the health benefits of ITA Movement into the lives of those with even the busiest schedules.
ITA Movement was developed by Melaney Ryan, founder of Integrated Therapeutic Alignment (ITA) and director of the Australian StillPoint Institute.
Loved the class – easy to learn and put into practice.
Absolutely loved the class, felt so good after. Easy to learn, and I can’t wait for practice times in the park.
Beautiful class, Melaney is a clear and patient teacher making it so easy to learn. Relaxing, inspiring and healing all at once. Love it!
Upcoming course – Long Island, New York – May 2018
Hosted by Christine Lomangino at A Voice Above Wellness with Melaney Ryan as guest presenter.