Why your feet matter when it comes to pelvic floor health

We’re led to believe that our feet are weak and need protecting, from sturdy shoes, thick soles and support for the ankles. Any issues with the feet lead to more support (insoles, orthotics, thicker soles) but when it comes to your pelvic floor this will just increase your issues. Your feet have as many joints … Continue reading Why your feet matter when it comes to pelvic floor health

Home Office Set Up – The Movement Friendly Way

Now so many people are working from home I had a request to advise on a working from home set up and best posture. If you generally find you are suffering from stiff neck, sore shoulders, back pain, tired wrists, foggy head and headaches then a dynamic workstation is essential. (It's important to prevent these … Continue reading Home Office Set Up – The Movement Friendly Way

What to do if you have back pain

1 in 10 people suffer with back pain a study has found, it states “Lower back pain is not usually linked to any serious disease, but can be debilitating and emotionally distressing. It can be triggered by bad posture while sitting or standing, bending awkwardly, or lifting incorrectly.” 1 What’s the first thing you think … Continue reading What to do if you have back pain

Tackling back pain

Back pain is such a common problem these days. One that definitely needs an approach that takes into account your postural and lifestyle habits. Often back pain is a symptom of a broader problem – which can include a mix of the type of shoes you wear, the activities you do, your postural habits, the … Continue reading Tackling back pain

The Benefits of Whole-Body corrective exercises

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