Sarah Key’s 'Back-in-a-Week' is a totally unique health vacation
for people with back pain.
BY POPULAR DEMAND . . . . SARAH HAS CHANGED THE FORMAT TO SHORTER 2-NIGHT RETREATS
Lots of people have found it very difficult to give up a whole week - yes, even though it's a chance to fix their back! - so Sarah has changed to shorter, more frequent retreats.
Yes, there are still the comprehensive information sessions where you get an understanding of the way the spine works - and what causes the mischief!
Sarah makes it easy to understand spinal anatomy and physiology and the forces affecting your spine. More importantly, she explains how to fix it - and what her specific exercises do. Self treatment is a big part of the Sarah Key Method.
After a Back-in-a-Night-or-Two you will never be in the dark again about your back!
Sarah will read your MRIs/X-rays. But more important is palpating the spine to feel for function faults. Sarah can tell more from her hands than anything else.
Seeking out and mobilising a gummed-up spinal segment is what most backs need. This sets you up for continual improvement as you carry on with your BackBlock.
Sarah uses her hands as diagnostic tools and - yes - her feet to treat!
The heel pressures feels 'nicer' and deeper and more effective!
Although she specialises in spinal problems, Sarah's expertise extends well beyond. She is just as happy treating all the different joints of the skeleton.
Sarah Key holds her Australian retreats in the Upper Hunter in New South Wales and one per year at Hotel Tresanton in Cornwall. To be getting on with things, it's really a very good idea to be watching Sarah on video beforehand. See the Video packages here.
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“Consistently you will hear the same thing from participants -
“changed my life”,
“at last, a diagnosis.. some hope, something positive I can do to get better,”
“wonderful environment, atmosphere, friendly, caring, supportive staff.”
all true- especially the relief that people feel at finally finding an approach
that works and validates their experiences of all those other ‘dead ends’.
Even though there is no‘ magic quick fix,’ all theses superlatives still only
partially convey the power of their experience and the gentle sense of healing
conveyed by Sarah Key.”
Ros, Tasmania, September, 2008