Most of my clients are surprised with my treatment plans because I don't always have to touch where it hurts in order to address their pain. That's because a whopping 80% of pain is coming from somewhere else in the body. This is exactly why I look at the structure as a whole and focus on alignment. Simply put, we fix what's actually out of alignment so you feel better faster. This month's video blog helps you see how shortness on one side of your body can give you pain in your shoulder and an exercise to remedy it.
Thank goodness there's more literature out that shares the connection with the low back and hamstrings. To me, knowledge is power and I'm sharing 3 pieces of information that will help you have more length in your hamstrings and a happier low back. Watch this month's video blog to learn my hacks!
Summer's a time when the calves take a beating because we're outside and much more active. After seeing so many clients with tight, sticky, & knotted up lower legs, I'm sharing 2 ways to open up more effectively.
I get asked all the time if it's ok to crack your neck or your back. Watch to hear my thoughts as helpful things to do if you have a tendency to crack yourself up. From a fellow (now reformed) cracker, I've got your back!
I'm talking about hot yoga and why it's not so great for you and I know this will piss some people off. If you LIVE for hot yoga, I'm just asking you to try an experiment to see what resonates with your body. I'm sorry if this upsets some, but I'm very open to having a conversation about this and hearing every point of view. Watch the video for my stance on the steamy craze.
Holiday season is typically a time of excess. Watch the video for a helpful tool to move stagnation and detox the body to feel more balanced.
I don't think I know anyone who likes the way their body feels after a stressful day at the office. Here are 4 stretches that will help unwind your body and reverse the effects of sitting at your desk for the day.
Is your low back an area that causes you discomfort? Does it bother you if you have been on your feet all day? Is there pain after or during a workout?