Besides blogging here, I have had a private bodywork practice in Austin, Texas, USA, for years.
One area that I specialized in was relieving jaw pain. I developed a 5-session protocol (done over 4-6 weeks) that helped hundreds of people over the years. That work included working in people’s open mouths to release tension in the small, hard-to-access internal jaw muscles.
Well, COVID put an end to working in people’s open mouths in a small room, in a office suite that treats medically vulnerable people.
I thought about giving it up.
But when I thought about all I’d learned over the years about treating jaw pain, and how much pleasure I got when people felt the difference between tense jaw muscles and spacious ones, I looked for a way to continue to offer the revelation of a spacious jaw that so many patients experienced.
Plus, at this unusual time in history, stress levels are high, which translates to more clenching, grinding, tooth damage, and pain.
So I put together a 5-class course, Self-Help for Jaw Pain, that I will teach over Zoom.
The first class starts Thursday, Sept. 24, and will be a small class. A few spaces are left.
If you’re interested, please check out my business website. There are multiple options available for your participation:
- A jaw pain quiz
- A Facebook group for people with jaw pain (and those who treat it), Word of Mouth
- A free phone consultation
- Sign up for the class