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Freda Yako-Malott, BSc, RMT

Matrix Repatterning

Unbelievable becomes believable

Matrix Repatterning was introduced to me by a couple of my clients who had personal experience with the therapy. I was intrigued by their stories and investigated the modality. What I found out was almost unbelievable, but after having taken the course and becoming certified, I can see the profound difference it can make in people's physical and mental well-being. I believe that this will change health care as we know it.

 

Our body is one continuous fabric, from our skin down to our bone, from our head to our toes, we are made of one fabric. Our cells communicate to each other through a very complex yet simple electrical system. When we suffer an injury of ANY sort, if it damages our fabric, it will put a layer of tension on the whole body to compensate for the injury and it will alter the electrical conductivity of our tissues. Thus, there is a change in the electrical system and cellular communication is altered in some way. As well as the electrical restriction, there is usually a physical change in the densest material of our bodies, the bony and water filled structures.

With Matrix Repatterning, the certified therapist can detect these areas of electrical change and then using containment pressure, coax the body to free up the electrical charge and thus release the injury. It sounds simple, and it is, but since we usually suffer many injuries over the course of our life, they can all feed into one another. Repairing one area may not get rid of the complaint. Because we are made of one fabric, other areas may need to be corrected before the client feels that their main complaint has been corrected, or if one area is treated, another area that needs to be treated may start acting up. Once the injured area has been treated, it is a PERMANENT correction. The only way that this area will be affected again is by re-injury. The other caveat is that if the whole body has not been treated and there is another injury feeding into the origianl area treated, the discomfort may gradually return.

Pain is only an indication that something is wrong with the body, that there is an imbalance, and although one may suffer pain in the hip, it may actually be the shoulder that is the more significant injury. Matrix Repatterning takes into account the perception of pain of the client, but also listens to the client's body tell the therapist where the actual restricted areas are located.

What makes Matrix Repatterning different from other modalities is that the changes are permanent (unless re-injury occurs) and that it takes a limited number of treatments to correct the body.

With a Matrix Repatterning treatment, the client is fully clothed. We recommend that the client wears loose clothing, such as track pants or yoga pants and t-shirt material top. It can be done while seated or laying comfortably on the treatment table. The treatment may feel as though nothing is occuring, as many clients report feeling nothing other than the pressure of the therapist's hands, however, the therapist can feel the releasing of the restriction.

Matrix Repatterning has been developed by Canadian Dr George Roth and he is the only instructor of the modality at this time. For detailed information about Matrix Repatterning, please visit www.matrixrepatterning.com .