Shortsighted musings Glasses and contact lenses and casts for the eyes. My eyes have always been ‘an issue’ when I was really tiny I used to have to go to the hospital to have drops put in my eyes and look through a machine to see when a cartoon mouse went under a cartoon bridge, … Continue reading Are glasses casts for your eyes?
My runningdiary Jan 1st When I was at school I was a long distance runner, I loved long distances 1500m and cross country. I loved being alone and in that zone of running where I could feel my breath, feel my lungs working, the sound in my ears was of my blood pumping, the sound … Continue reading My running diary – week 1
Your body doesn’t operate in single elements. As the old song goes The toe bone's connected to the foot bone, The foot bone's connected to the ankle bone, The ankle bone's connected to the leg bone, Now shake dem skeleton bones! (I won’t put the whole song but might spend most of today singing it!) … Continue reading The Benefits of Whole-Body corrective exercises
Alignment is how the body is designed to fit together and move. A body in alignment is balanced, strong, flexible and able to walk, run, lift, carry, squat throw, and move through life without injury, strain or pain. Injuries on the whole are caused by movement on a body that isn’t balanced properly and that … Continue reading Why alignment and movement programmes are so important
Working on pelvic floor disorders is not just about alignment and movement, there are some other elements that you can be working on that will be of great benefit. From an energy point of view those with pelvic organ prolapse or pelvic organ weakness in general tend to have a cold belly. So looking … Continue reading Mother Roasting – Postpartum nurturing