The Way of the Elbow

The body knows how to move, and do it well—that is what it was made for. Only sometimes it forgets. Desk-jobs, chronic stress, fixed ideas, injuries—over time such conditions conspire to stifle this native grace. My job is to reawaken a capacity for movement that is balanced, fluid, & easy; re-membering integration from the whirlwind of dis-memberment that all to often engulfs us in our modern life. I strive to guide my clients along their respective voyages of somatic discovery though each of them makes the journey him or herself. In the end, I work with them, for them. And when the work is finished, they step out into their lives & I quietly step back…

Please find the “Writings” page for current writings—from practical exercises to metaphysics!

For more writings, please also find my other website, The Lizard Press!

Max Leyf Treinen

The.way.of.the.elbow@gmail.com

Facebook.com/thewayoftheelbow

907 301 4565

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3 thoughts on “The Way of the Elbow

  1. Karen Ferguson

    Fabulous…can’t wait until you start writing….need some help?? I’ll be glad to write a page “Why Rolfing Works!”
    Well, I know it does, how could it NOT?? So let us know because I know you know!

    Hugs….
    Karen in California

    1. Constance E. Fullef

      Like Karen in California, I too know that rolfing works–it has worked for me. No other system–masssage chiropractic or physical therapy hit the right spot so quickly and led to eventual riddance of an old and persistent aggravation, Connie from Wisconsin

      1. Karen Ferguson

        Yay!! I knew I wasn’t alone in my thoughts. Glad you posted Constance. Now tell us Max, why rolfing works! I know it’s hard to summarize, but we all need to be educated just a bit. Enough to know we need to ‘sign up.’
        Why it’s different from massage or Traeger and why its long lasting. I’m so excited for you to be in practice now. Just wish you were closer!!

        Hugs,
        Karen in Kalifornia!

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