Time For Reflection

Time For Reflection

This time of year is synonymous with reflection. It’s a great time of year to do a personal inventory of what in your life is working and therefore contributing to what you dowant. But it’s also a good point to see what needs an upgrade, perhaps if...

Exercises for Lazy Glutes (Top 4)

Exercises for Lazy Glutes (Top 4)

Exercises for Lazy Glutes (Top 4) Lazy glutes are common and can be the cause of many knee, ankle and lower back problems as well as pelvic floor issues. These four exercises are probably the four I use most frequently with clients. Learn how to do them with perfect...

Four Simple Mindfulness Techniques ​

Four Simple Mindfulness Techniques ​

In the last few weeks I’ve been studying the books of Thich Naht Hanh, Buddhist Monk and father of mindfulness in the west. These books have had quite a profound affect on me and his calmness and presumed sense of peace really come across in his writing. I thought I’d...

Why 8 Hours Sleep?​

Why 8 Hours Sleep?​

It’s common knowledge that eight hours of sleep per night is the optimal number. As the saying goes, however, common knowledge is not always common practice. This is particularly important when it comes to pain and pain management, as less than eight hours of restful...

Shin Splints Stretch

Shin Splints Stretch

Shin Splints Stretch Shin Splints – they are painful, frustrating and can linger around and cause more issues with the lower leg. You can learn three different techniques to stretch, massage and improve the tibialis anterior muscles functional capacity. ​ Learn...

Letting Go

Letting Go

Do you have bags under your eyes and wonder why? Do you wake up tired, even after eight hours of sleep? Are you carrying excess body fat? Perhaps then, you are experiencing the symptoms of control fatigue. As it sounds, control fatigue is the exhaustion that is...

Shoulder Prehab Routine

Shoulder Prehab Routine

Shoulder Prehab Routine The rotator cuff is a group of muscles that attach to the shoulder blade and shoulder joint and coordinate the timing and smooth movement of the joint. For a variety reasons, from muscles imbalances and poor posture to poorly designed exercise...

Movement of The Week – Side Plank

Movement of The Week – Side Plank

Movement of The Week – Side Plank The side plank adds a fantastic challenge in the frontal plane, this side to side motion is often VERY weak in people and consequently it can be the root of knee, hip and lower back challenges. Primarily it works the obliques...