Your Vital Psoas Muscles

Your Vital Psoas Muscles

Your psoas muscles are the most vital in your body. Whatever you do, you use your psoas muscles. They connect your torso to your legs, and affect your posture.  So whether you are walking, dancing, climbing, biking, or simply sitting down, your psoas is involved. The...
Increase Your Stride

Increase Your Stride

Our ankles are bound with sheets of a fibrous band of fascia, called retinaculum. You can imagine that when you sprain your ankle and wrap a crepe bandage around for support, this has a similar look. In our ankles this retinaculum covers various tendons which all help...
Low Back Pain

Low Back Pain

I have had several clients in the last couple of weeks who have booked in with severe low back pain, unable to move without a great deal of distress. In the run up to Christmas, with all the work to be done in time for the holiday, many people are under a great deal...

Pain Free Travel

Many people have to sit for long periods of time to travel, whether its by car, train or plane. To be aware of your sitting posture can make the world of difference to being pain-free at your destination. The crucial point to think about is to be able to sit on TOP of...

Back Pain and Sitting Down

If we have to sit for long periods of time during the day, whether for a job or in the car, the constant pressure of the seat edge against the backs of our thighs can cut off circulation to a certain extent, which can promote trigger points in the hamstring muscles....