A path to recovery from MFD
Musician’s Focal Dystonia
Considering the interaction of these four components mentioned by Feldenkrais, it is easy to conclude that stress, fear and other negative conscious and unconscious emotions, related to a certain action, such as the practice of any instrument, will have some kind of effect on the movement.
Keeping in mind the demonstrated plasticity of our brain, it is possible to reverse the process of the MFD (Musician’s Focal Dystonia) by mapping the “Self-image”, which is achieved by means of retraining through Proprioception and Aware Movement.
This work must be done together with what I call “Emotional Cleansing“, which consists of the creation of a deep state of presence and conscious observation, which allows us to dissolve little by little those patterns that trigger the symptoms.
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With the correct guidance, recovery from MFD (Musician’s Focal Dystonia) is possible.
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