When I was five years old, I started taking piano lessons. Pretty sure it wasn't my choice, but we had a piano and my parents thought it was a good idea.
Did I start out playing Mozart? Nope - and that statement would hold true whether I started lessons at five or forty-five.
I ended up taking lessons for over ten years. There were bumps along the way for sure. Countless arguments about practicing and oh how I hated recitals, but you know what? I still play piano to this day. Christmas music mostly, but every once in a while I dust off my book of Mozart's "Piano Sonatas" and give it a whirl. What truly amazes me is the memory my fingers hold is nearly as fresh as it was all those years ago.
Decades later, I am grateful for all those hours spent sitting on a piano bench.
Creating your MELT routine is going to take some courage, commitment, persistence and acceptance.
Whether you are just starting out or coming back to MELT; remember, the moves sound simple but you may be surprised at how much brain power it takes.
You'll need to accept that it's going take time to make lasting changes. The magic of MELT is that it's also immediately beneficial, so you'll feel changes every time you practice.
Because maybe it took days or weeks or months or years to be feeling those aches and pains. Your knee hasn't always ached, your neck hasn't always felt tense, your feet haven't always tingled ~ until one day the pain comes and stays.