How To Feed Your Soul

How To Feed Your Soul

I just read this “when you feed your soul, your tummy won’t need so much” – Paul Chek I’ve not heard this before now but I really like it. It’s something I wholeheartedly believe but I’ve just never been able to put it quite as eloquently as this. What does it...

Back Bridge | How To…

Back Bridge | How To…

Back Bridge | How To… To integrate the whole of the extensor muscles of the body, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better exercise. The back bridge also helps to develop flexibility in the shoulders. Learn how to do it with perfect form in this short...

Energy Push

Energy Push

Energy Push This is an energy building exercise that stimulates the stomach and liver specifically. If you are lethargic, or you’re having a period of disrupted, digestion this is a wonderful exercise to try. It also calms the mind and generally builds chi or energy...

When Exercise Becomes Bad For You

When Exercise Becomes Bad For You

Let’s be honest, you’re probably not going to make it to the next olympics. Neither am I and I’ve had to come to terms with this too:-) But in all seriousness, why do you exercise? I know I exercise to: To feel stronger To feel fit To maintain my health (physically,...

Toe Crunch | How To…

Toe Crunch | How To…

Toe Crunch | How To… Our feet spend the majority of the day in shoes, and for most, those shoes are narrow and don’t allow the foot to articulate as it would naturally. The toe crunch helps to get some of those muscles that have weakened, working again. Learn how to...

The Truth About Supplements

The Truth About Supplements

I was asked a couple of weeks ago, “Is moringa as good as it’s made out to be? I want to stock up from Holland & Barrett when they next have a sale.” If you’re not even sure what moringa is, it’s a supplement that’s gaining a bit of a reputation at the moment....

Inch Worm

Inch Worm

Inch Worm The inch worm is part of a series of infant development exercises we use to reintegrate movement and control of the spine and extremities when it’s either been lost through injury/pain OR you never developed the skills in the first place, for a whole...

How Knee Pain Occurs

How Knee Pain Occurs

I’ve had three conversations this week about knee problems, particularly ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) tears. Now before you switch off because you think, “ah well that’s good because that doesn’t apply to me”, I really would ask you to keep reading. Do so for the...

Shoulder Circles

Shoulder Circles

Shoulder Circles The shoulder circles exercise is a fantastic exercise for stabilising the shoulder either as a warm up to switch the shoulder stabilisers on, or if you have had shoulder pain, to regain full function in the muscles that hold the joint together. The...