Roman Theater AuthorPosted by: | Posted on: January 30, 2015
2011: Harald Xander introduces his book in Mainz minimal great utility with simple exercises anywhere and at any time strengthen the tendons, ligaments and fascia Health Center at the Roman Theater (Mainz, Dagobert 6) invites to the author evening with Harald Xander (Zornheim) 14.09.2011, 7-9 pm over 1.5 million Germans suffer from fibromyalgia (muscle fiber pain). The Repetive strain injury syndrome (mouse arm, golf, tennis elbow, and so on) is almost an epidemic. Most are chronic mobility with damage to the tendons, ligaments and fascia in conjunction. These disorders are so tedious and painful, because the affected tissue is only very sparingly supplied with blood and oxygen, and precedes the healing so slowly. Can the supply as the… with intendons want to show published Advisor “Sensations in the tendon” in August, with relatively simple methods improved and promoted.
It was, according to the living in Zornheim author Harald Xander, only necessary to separate the tendons activation of muscle activation as far as possible. According to a simple sequence of steps, then almost all movements could be turned into an exercise of tendon. The method, called intendons after the English translation of “the longing”, promises by a range of movement patterns, to provide virtually almost any region of the body with blood. The highlight: The exercises can be performed anytime, anywhere. They develop their effect: just only if they are carried out without any visible movement. The author evening guests receive a basic introduction to the intendons method.
The author explains the sequence of consistent for all exercises with a simple exercise example. On this basis, you can independently perform the exercises proposed in the paper. Together with his host, the naturopath Doris Felten, Harald Xander stands of course for all Question relating to the health of tendons, ligaments and fascia at the disposal. No entrance fee is charged for the evening. It will be invited to make a donation to cover the organizational costs. For more information and register, visit.