One troublesome symptom of migraine is skin hypersensitivity during an episode, a condition called allodynia. Anything touching the skin and even the hair—a hat, clothing, eyeglasses—can feel painful or overwhelming.
A migraine sufferer might avoid touch therapy for fear it could cause more pain, which is possible with a massage that uses movement, too much pressure, or works too quickly, especially with a body holding chronic tightness, tension, and myofascial pain.
The Mundo Method approach is unique; this very gentle touch protocol modulates, quiets, stills, and releases a migraine’s sensations during an episode, along with accompanying symptoms. Interestingly, the protocol uses mind-body techniques to move toward instead of away from the pain to conquer it.
Early on in my experience, my hands would naturally find the heart of the pain on someone’s head (and my own) without thinking about it. When I transcribed into written instructions two decades of hands-on headache knowledge, my clients were able to relieve their own migraines. Around this I created my comprehensive relief and prevention Mundo Program because why suffer?
In 2006 I added phone and video sessions and found I could teach the protocol even without the benefit of in-person touch training, which later proved essential during pandemic times.
This means that when you are too sick with migraine to go get help, you can help yourself and turn your day around! I am grateful and amazed to have had this powerful, natural migraine therapy for fifty years that helps so many people (and me) to heal their pain, minus side effects.
Want to learn how? Schedule a 30-minute FREE Headache Detective Call with Headache Coach, Jan Mundo. (It’s on Healthie, where I manage my practice and take great care of my clients.)
Don’t wait! Believe it or not, the work is fun, you will learn so much about yourself and living a balanced life, and once you’re done, you’re done!
Want to know what that means? Let’s talk!
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