Movement + Exercise
Your Body Isn’t Symmetrical!
Has anyone ever told you that your body is asymmetrical? That you don't move evenly? That you are...gasp... not the same from side to side??? Don't sweat it. We're all like that. I often see clients who are afraid to move. Somewhere along the...
Arms Up for Lifelong Health!
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!
Don’t Wreck Your Neck with Ab Work!
Target your abs and prevent neck pain using this simple imagery strategy!
How to Psoas Release… or Not!
This psoas release can be a powerful way of improving your core and back function, your alignment and your hip work! Not to mention helping you feel more settled and at ease in your body. Unless you don’t like it, in which case don’t fuss!
How to Get Great Shoulders!
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!
Go Climb a Tree!
Variety is crucial for healthy muscle development and hanging puts a totally different load on your muscle structure compared to weight lifting.
Do Your Clients Have Sustainable Core Strength?
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.
Release Your Pelvic Floor Tension Habits
You don’t need to clench your pelvic floor to make dinner.
But recently I discovered I was doing just that….
How to Have a Whole New Body!
Over the course of time, most of the cells in our bodies die off and are replaced with new ones at a rate determined by the degree of activity required of those cells. According to Dr. Jonas Friesen this cellular regeneration means that the average age of our cellular...
Get great movement & exercise results with no extra time
For a lot of us, in our busy lives with too much to do and not enough time to do it all, we feel the need to make the most of our exercise time.