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August 28th 2013:The Link Between Our Physical And Emotional Pain- How Do We Heal?

Our muscular skeletal structure is like a shield of armor, protecting us from physical and emotional "hits" experienced in daily life. What if TMJ, sciatica or heartburn is our body’s way of expressing emotional ache? My next guest, Mackenzie Chambers- Pilates teacher and body coach with over 25 years of experience, will help us understand how today's stressors create a myriad of physical symptoms. Mackenzie’s believes, “Stress is a vague word but any time we feel we must defend ourselves, run away, or feel any tension at all, our muscles will clench. When we "freeze up" repeatedly, we cre

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Mackenzie Chambers

Mackenzie Chambers has been teaching her evolving brand of Pilates in her New York City studio for 25 years. She learned Pilates from first generation teacher Robert Fitzgerald, has advanced certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine and is a professional dancer. Mackenzie’s popularity with the film and theatre community stems from her belief that exercise need not be dumbed down and that the subtlety and rigor of the physical artist can be translated for even the fitness novice. Mackenzie’s paradigm shifting technique teaches a student how to undo dysfunctional muscular patterns that can restrict us both physically and emotionally. It is based on the axiom that core stre
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