I’ve recently changed the direction of my services. It hasn’t really been a massive change, more going back to what I had originally intended to do which was to make a birth programme I discovered natural movement in 2008, just after my first baby was born and I clicked with it immediately. I had found … Continue reading Why I got lost in natural movement
Over the weekend I was doing some work in the garden, getting ready for planting some green manure which is exciting as I haven’t done that before. I was wearing my 'gardening' trousers and after a while I realised how difficult it was for me to get down and back up from the floor with … Continue reading Are your clothes movement friendly?
“Watch your habits, for they become your posture. Watch your posture, for it creates your boundaries. Watch your boundaries, for they restrict your growth. Watch your restrictions, for they create immobility. Watch your immobility, for it becomes your illness.” Katy Bowman Your body is capable of moving in lots of different ways, it has an … Continue reading Why movement matters
How does your knee pain reflect on your pelvic floor health? Aching knees, knee surgery and knee replacement are seen as inevitable signs of ageing and wear and tear. The issue, though, is in how you walk and use your knees. Lots of sitting, heeled shoes, excessive tightness down the backs of your legs and … Continue reading Knees and the pelvic floor
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