Movement + Exercise
Are you ready? Ready for a simple way to enhance your clamshells for hip strength (remember last month's clamshell extravaganza?) and help your knees? Ok, here goes... roll out and move your feet. Yup. Because it's all connected! Yay for fascia, connective tissue,...
Clamshell exercises are a great addition to your practice but only when they’re done mindfully and as part of a whole body approach to movement.
Where do you feel this one?Start on your back, knees bent, head supported if you like or if it helps to ease your back and ribs down. Pick up your butt and shift it a few inches to the left. Shift your feet a few inches to match up. Place your left ankle over your...
One of my favourite ways to manage jet lag and travel stiffness is to keep moving all the way through my trip from beginning to end. As long as you don’t mind people looking at you funny on occasion, you can keep moving just about anywhere!
Has anyone ever told you that your body isn't the same from side to side? That you don't move the same way from side to side? That you are...gasp... asymmetrical??? Don't sweat it. We all are. I often see clients who are afraid to...
Learn why getting your arms up overhead is important for your overall health, and some simple exercises to help you do it safely and efficiently!
Target your abs and prevent neck pain using this simple imagery strategy!
For the longest time, I thought I had really short arms! Part of the problem with shoulder tension is that we try to avoid it in ways that can actually cause issues of their own!
Variety is crucial for healthy muscle development and hanging puts a totally different load on your muscle structure compared to weight lifting.
Your front is only as strong as your back is pliable. The lumbar spine is intended to be strong and stable, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have the capacity for movement.