Distortion and congestion. You can blame it all on a largely misunderstood part of your body—the perineum, a small spot in the floor of your pelvic area.
That’s what so revealing about Ginny Nadler’s remarkable new book Spiritual Anatomy: Realigning Body and Soul.
If you are suffering neck, back or leg pain, there’s a high probability that your body is distorted to one side or the other—even if you are not aware of it. You’ve been tweaked to one side ever since you emerged from childhood. Your body compensates, and when it does, it puts strain on areas not meant to be out of alignment. But the root of all this distortion is to be found in the pelvic floor in both men and women, asserts Ginny, a sought-after wellness educator and leading body alignment specialist.
This is in the region where the spine ends, a central circuit control where your chi, life force or spiritual energy flows upward and downward. What would seem to happen if this area gets energetically congested because of the pain and misalignment? The answer, she says, is that your powerful spiritual connection also gets weakened and impaired.
So the answer to both problems is Ginny’s movement protocol, Structural ReAlignment Integration® (SRI), which she offers in Spiritual Anatomy—a series of stretches and exercises that correct these imbalances which generally resist healing through most traditional medical practices. And when the body begins to realign pain-free, than the mind-body-spirit connection reasserts itself in the most profound fashion, allowing for new personal breakthroughs in all aspects of life.
Says Ginny: “I have called this book Spiritual Anatomy because I see this physical body as the vessel for the Divine energy of consciousness and because, from my perspective, the realignment of the body is what helps to release our spiritual essence to more fully express our soul’s destiny in this world.”
In Spiritual Anatomy, she presents a powerful approach for unraveling your deeply entangled distortions and bringing your body back into alignment. The book is filled with illuminating illustrations that detail the impact and control that the perineum has on a person’s health. Ginny has discovered a key that has eluded physical therapists, doctors, and other medical professionals. “A chronically tight, contracted pelvic floor will congest, spiral, and twist muscle fibers, ultimately pulling the bones out of alignment and leading to pain and dysfunction,” she says.
She includes many case histories of her patients and the complete healings that her Structural ReAlignment Integration® has achieved—even in people who are wheelchair bound, in excruciating pain, using walkers or have lost hope for living a normal life.
Ginny recounts her own story of physical and emotional pain, and how her search for an answer lead her to study yoga and numerous other healing and spiritual methodologies. A life-long fascination with body structure, starting as a young child, propelled her to seek solutions. And through her diligent self-study, she found them. She is now the founder and CEO of Core Body Wisdom®, which delivers the highest quality wellness initiatives and care to individuals, businesses, healthcare providers and organizations. She frequently travels for lectures and workshops.
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Ginny Nadler is the founder and CEO of Core Body Wisdom®, which delivers the highest quality wellness initiatives and care to individuals, businesses, healthcare providers and organizations. The core of Ginny’s approach is Structural ReAlignment Integration® (SRI) which draws on her years as a wellness educator and body alignment specialist to support individuals with stressed and in pain structures to be pain free and rediscover freedom in movement. Ginny studied yoga in the B.K.S. Iyengar Tradition for years before deciding to seek more creative ways to discover where imbalance and distortion arise in human structure and psyche with a focus on releasing trauma in the pelvic floor. She cofounded the first comprehensive wellness center on the East Coast and also created The Urban Global Healing Center where she participated in and helped develop a wellness program for young women incarcerated and offered a wide range of wellness education services. Ginny works with the worldwide Pocket Project Training with 150 others from 39 countries, exploring cultural agreements and global collective trauma (that live within us all). She also consults with individuals to help awaken them to the trauma that exists in their cell structures and collaborates with practitioners of other modalities seeking a deeper framework for their own approach to movement, trauma, and pain management.