Every experience in life is input to the neurological system. We can categorize these inputs as coming from physical, chemical, emotional, and mental sources, and most often our experiences are a combination of all of these.
When the system is able to field that input, process and integrate it, then we adapt, grow, and expand our awareness in stride.
When life’s input in any way exceeds our system’s capacity to process this incoming information, then we store and carry this unintegrated information in the tissues of the body.
This stored tension or dissonance is subluxation interference, which can accumulate enough to distort our posture, our function and our expression of life.