FreeBody: The Body, Pain, and a Path to Freedom

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“The financial cost of musculoskeletal pain exceeds that of any other ailment, with billions of dollars spent each year. Those who suffer seek help from a wide range of healthcare professionals, yet often remain in pain. But suffering doesn't have to be your story.

As a clinical massage therapist, Cat has helped thousands free themselves from pain. In FreeBody, she lays a clear foundation of how our bodies get into pain cycles and why they get stuck there. She then shares her FreeBody System, which attends to those pieces of the pain puzzle. Following that system, her clients around the world free themselves from debilitating pain and have taken their lives back. Are you next?

In FreeBody you will discover the science behind:
Why the pain you feel isn't coming from where you feel it.What trigger points are and how they contribute to inflammation, loss of mobility, and aging.Why your old injuries come back and how to stop them in their tracks.Exciting new science that helps us to understand chronic lower back pain, and how to get out of it.What fascia is and how caring for your fascia is essential to pain-free living.How stress, worry, and trauma cause physical pain.What to do each day, broken up into small achievable breaks, to care for your body and get pain free.
Are you ready to get your body back? Buy FreeBody today to learn how. No matter the age, every body can feel better with the right kind of care that sets up the conditions for healing and well-being.

"The FreeBody healing methods Cat Matlock outlines in this book relieved my entrenched lower back pain and debilitating sciatica pain in just a couple months. If you are seeking the same relief, I strongly recommend this book!" -Zak Kilberg, Founder, Social Construct Films

"Cat's writing is clear, passionate, and to the point - trigger point! If you want to live FREE of pain, purchase this book and follow her recommendations to start living your best life now." -Stanley Mogelnicki, MD PhD

"Cat has long been a respected body wizard in our community. Her knowledge and skill have helped many of us get rid of pain no one else could figure out. Get this book today!" -Lisa Sherman, L.Ac.

"Cat has done an amazing job explaining the phenomenon of trigger points in a super accessible way. This book empowers readers with the tools they need to understand and resolve trigger point pain in their own bodies. I highly recommend it!" -Libby Hinsley, PT PhD, Author of Yoga for Bendy People 

"Cat Matlock is such a gift to this world. This book, FreeBody, is a distillation of Cat's many decades of knowing the physical body and her deep understanding of how the body works." -Sierra Hollister, Author, Moon Path Yoga

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The author's ability to evoke a wide range of emotions through their words is truly remarkable. I felt like I was on an emotional rollercoaster throughout the entire book.

This is a book I'll cherish and recommend to everyone. It touched my soul and made me reflect on life's profound mysteries.

The plot was incredibly well-crafted, with twists and turns that kept me hooked until the very last page. It was impossible to predict what would happen next.

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