Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST for short) is a holistic, dynamic form of bodywork. A series of gentle moves on specific muscles at very precise points on your body are used in order to create or increase energy flow and vibrations between points.
Patients seek out Beth Kearns for her advanced knowledge of this technique. As a practitioner of NST since 2000, Beth has seen first-hand the benefits and power it bestows on patients, such as pain relief in very difficult to treat cases,
NST Bodywork for Pain
By balancing the nervous system, NST allows your body to better communicate with itself.
Patients suffering from severe, sometimes debilitating, pain have left sessions renewed and reinvigorated. Witnessing the transformative nature of this technique brings great joy to Beth, who sees the twinkle re-emerge in a patient’s eye when they realize they can pursue their passions once again, whether it be gardening, riding a bike, or hiking.
When someone is no longer burdened by physical pain, much of their stress and anxiety melts away, too, leaving them feeling relaxed, happy, and optimistic for a pain free tomorrow.
What is NST?
NST (NeuroStructural Integration Technique) is a dynamic form of bodywork that can provide you with lasting relief from pain and dysfunction, along with increased energy levels. You will feel deeply relaxed, because this soft tissue therapy releases your muscles and connective tissue and calms your nervous system.
The main objective is to reintegrate and restore your body as a whole, allowing for better communication throughout your system. Now healing can really take place!
To learn more about NST and low back pain from the founder watch this video on Dr. Mercola’s website.
It is an appropriate treatment for the following:
- Sports injuries
- Headaches and migraines
- TMJ pain
- Back and neck pain
- Neuropathy pain
- Hip pain
- Shoulder and arm pain
- Digestive and bowel problems
What to Expect with NST?
Deep relaxation and pain relief.
NST is done with a light touch across muscles, tendons, and connective tissue. It can be done directly on the skin or through light, soft, non-slippery clothing.
Typically clients need to come for at least 3 weekly sessions.