Skintervention Guide by Liz Wolfe Review

It is about time for you to learn about The Skintervention Guide. What is this product all about? It is a digital book that will tell you all the secrets to living with a great and healthy skin. No more acne, no more going about looking for the right skin care products, because all you need is your own copy of The Skintervention Guide and you will be on your way to having a healthy skin. Everyone is born to have a beautiful skin, and this guide will show you just that!

Created by the Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Liz Wolfe herself has proven her methods to work because she used to experience skin problems just like what we have to deal with everyday. But after learning deeper about skin, she know has a three-part approach as to how we can have a beautiful, healthy skin by following her methods. It has been proven true as she herself tried it for her and because she realized how amazing it worked on her, it is about time that she shared her knowledge to everyone else.

“The Skintervention Guide” is the answer to your skin problems because it will explain to you all the secrets that you need to know. Firstly, you will understand about the foods which are crucial to building a great skin. We might not understand this yet but eating the right foods will give us the right nutrition to support our skin. It is all about knowing what the foods contain and what will right for you, and Liz Wolfe knows it all.

It is not just food, but she will also share to us the best cleansing and nourishing products for our skins. We always think that it has to contain chemicals and other substances that will make our skin looks better. Well, according to The Skintervention Guide, there are certain products which are without a doubt the best for your skin, and these products do not contain chemicals that you do not know about because it is all natural!

So, we have been talking a lot about the pros of using this guide. Are there actually any cons? Well, this guide might not be something that is right for you when you are all about following the conventional methods from your skin doctors and do not easily believe what people share online. They feel that the content shared online is somewhat questionable compared to what doctors say to us face to face. It is true that The Skintervention Guide come in a digital format, but the great thing is that it actually works!

By: Cenk Ozkanli

The Psoas Book – Liz Koch – Book Review

The Psoas Book was written by Liz Koch and first published in 1981. Liz has been practicing the healing arts of over 30 years. She has authored several books relating to core health, and specialized in body treatments with focus on the iliopsoas muscle. Liz has also developed a program called “Core Awareness”, which with using core muscle techniques, develops and enhances the proprioceptive nervous system. This system handles orientation, balance and skeletal alignment.

It is believed that the iliopsoas muscle can contribute to physical health as well as emotional well-being. Liz’s 85 pages provide a thorough explanation of the muscle, its connections to one’s holistic health, and practice advice and exercise to release and balance the psoas. The Psoas Book is only one of multiple books, articles and publications that are geared towards improving health and re-balancing the body through a holistic approach centered at one’s core.

Ms. Koch begins The Psoas Book by identifying the exact location and anatomy of the psoas muscle as well as defining its overall relationship and influence on the body’s organs, bones and muscles. She continues with describing all the diverse functionality the psoas muscle provides to the body, such as shelving organs, pumping fluids, and allowing for proper and smooth performance of the legs. Additional effects of the psoas are explained, including its influence on balance, organ function, the breath, joint functionality and muscle response. Ms. Koch pays special notice to the unique considerations of psoas release as it relates to women’s health, including relief menstrual cramping, positive effects during pregnancy, improving labor and birth, as well as hormonal stability throughout menopause.

As a reviewer however I half to disagree with the authors statement that manipulative techniques are not advised in The Psoas Book, as the iliopsoas muscle is partly responsible for the body’s automatic and biological fight or flight response.

She completes her book with providing instructions on best exercises to release the psoas muscle, recounts some other popular somatic approaches, and tips on how to exercise, strengthen and tone the muscle while performing regular activities.

Barry Jenings Myofascial Release