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Winning at the Game of Health 

By Lois Laynee


The Crackin' Backs Podcast - 12 Cranial Nerves: Can they be the Key to Hidden Health Mysteries?

Lois dives deep into the pivotal role cranial nerves play in our overall health and wellness, a topic often ignored but crucial to our well-being.

She shares her expert insights on how these nerves influence everything from our daily functions to complex bodily systems. Lois also sheds light on the common, yet frequently undiagnosed issues related to cranial nerve dysfunction that she encounters in her practice, revealing why these vital nerves are often overlooked in mainstream health discussions.

Prepare to have your mind expanded and your understanding of health challenged in this powerful conversation. It's an episode packed with groundbreaking revelations that will leave you questioning and eager to learn more about the hidden intricacies of your own body. "Crackin' Backs Podcast" with Lois Laynee promises to be a journey of discovery and enlightenment. Don't miss out on this captivating and eye-opening discussion!

#EatMoveLive52 Podcast:

Restorative Breathing with Lois Laynee

We all breathe

…all day long, day in and day out, and Lois Laynee’s goal is to help you get the most out of your life, through optimal breathing.

It’s not a method of breathing, but a way of neuro sequencing your brain so that you automatically breathe efficiently, easily, and effortlessly.

“If you’re breathing with your mouth open, your body is working one hundred times harder for every molecule of oxygen than it needs to.” – Lois Laynee

Ready to learn more? Let’s get started…

Cranial Neurosequencing Technique Webinar - Epidemic Answers

Every dysfunction starts with an interruption or alteration within the cranial-nerve connections.  Once cranial nerves are activated and integrated, sleep is restored, pain and anxiety can be reduced, movement is fluid and breathing is effortless!


Cranial nerve dysfunction can contribute to the symptoms of individuals with: 

  • Autism

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma

  • Migraines 

  • Asthma

  • Poor Digestion

  • Irritability

  • Difficulty Sleeping

  • Poor Social Engagement

  • Withdrawal


Lois discusses how gentle movement patterns of development can activate and integrate cranial nerves with the organization of spinal nerves.

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