How To Turn Yourself On. Postural considerations for low back pain.
Your body is a web of connective tissues, which are all connected.
When you feel pain in one area, it may actually be due to an injury in a different spot.
You’ve got muscular and neural pathways that connect your feet to your head and also link your ankles to your knees and...
HEAD, NECK, JAW, TONGUE
Five years ago I taught a workshop that included head, neck, jaw and tongue positioning for optimal spine health.
Minds were blown
After the workshop I felt I had “over-reached” and I vowed to mute that schpiel until “later” because it seemed to...
For anyone rehabbing back pain, the hip hinge is without a doubt one of the top movements to master!
The hinge, when done well, drives flexion and extension through your mighty glute muscles, sparing your back.
When you think about it, you probably hinge about 100 times a day....moving from...
Sit? Stand? Kneel? Recline?
What IS the best position when working from home?
The answer is ALL of them!
The best position is really “the next position”
Try standing in the morning, sitting for lunch, half-kneeling after lunch and reclining towards the end of day.
Take plenty of...