The Egoscue Method® is the world leader in non-medical pain relief. Since 1971 and with over 25 clinics worldwide, The Egoscue Method has helped thousands of individuals tap into their body’s ability to heal itself and free themselves of chronic pain. This easy and gentle method has a 94% success rate without the use of drugs, surgery or manipulation. We teach YOU how to regain control of your health without becoming dependent on another person or a machine.
We believe that your body has an amazing ability to heal itself. Think about this: If you cut your arm, it doesn’t stay cut. If you break your leg, it doesn’t stay broken. Why are the herniated discs in your back, your torn meniscus, or your degenerative hip joint any different? The answer is THEY AREN’T! We simply have to give your body a chance to heal. Once that happens, you’ll be well on your way to being pain free and living an active lifestyle.
Remember that your body is made to move and there are ZERO design flaws. Also keep in mind that any procedure, therapy, or modality that you choose to eliminate your pain should strive to return you to as close to that flawless design as possible.
Clinic Director, Egoscue Beverly Hills
Emily graduated from Loyola Marymount University with degrees in Dance and English. Upon graduating, she moved to New York where she was awarded an internship at Broadway Dance Center. After two years, she returned to Los Angeles to choreograph for two high school performance teams and grow her career as a personal trainer and technique coach.
Emily has taught dance workshops for aspiring young performers, and has choreographed several competitive groups in Southern California.
Having been an athlete since childhood, fitness training and physical functionality have always been subjects that excite and motivate her to learn more. Inspired by physical movement as an art, sport, and part of a healthy lifestyle, she feels extremely fortunate to be a part of the Egoscue team.It is her passion to help others gain a better understanding of their body, its potential, and ultimately restore function and wellness.
CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a light-touch approach that can create dramatic improvements in your life. It releases tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body health and performance. Few body structures have more influence over your health and well-being than your central nervous system. And few body systems have more impact on you central nervous system than the craniosacral system – the soft tissues and fluid that protect your brain and spinal cord.
Every day you endure stresses and strains and your body absorbs them. But your body can only handle so much tension before the tissues begin to tighten and potentially affect the brain and spinal cord. Unfortunately, this can compromise the function of the central nervous system – and the performance of nearly every other system in your body. CranioSacral Therapy releases those tensions to allow the entire body to relax and self-correct. Using a gentle touch – starting with about the weight of a nickel – practitioners evaluate your internal environment. Then they use distinctive light-touch techniques to release any restrictions they find.
By freeing the central nervous system to perform at its best, CranioSacral Therapy naturally eliminates pain and stress, strengthens your resistance to disease, and enhances your health and well-being. And because it’s so gentle, CranioSacral Therapy can be effective for all ages, from newborns to elders.
Porche Lottermoser, C.M.T., H.B, is a CranioSacral Therapist trained through the prestigious Upledger Institute in Florida. With over twenty years of experience in the field she has worked with patients to relieve a full spectrum of pain, illness and dysfunction. Her experience includes applying craniosacral therapy in the areas of chronic wound healing (at the UCLA Gonda Center), functional orthodontics with a specialty in cleft palate, equine and small animals, upper cervical chiropractic, and conception, pregnancy and birthing. She is also a CranioSacral study group leader and mentor to therapists in training