https://videopress.com/v/eCIkhSxc?preloadContent=metadata This is me a good while ago going through some movements that remind me how I can let go of stress tension patterns in between clients. It doesn't have to take long, a few minutes (or a luscious hour!) a day will go a long way, as the movements are functional/ not isolated from… Continue reading How does your practice look like?
Or how about Rotation? I have added two workshop classes! Breath and your Pelvic Floor is a 90 min class exploring how our diaphragms relate and what we can do to lessen pressure and tension in our pelvic floor. Strained breathing, breath holding and abdominal tension are some of the hindrances we can get into… Continue reading Want to learn more about Breath and Pelvic Floor?
David Butler and the wonderful power of neuroplasticity (the learning of the neuro-immune system) and how this relates to pain. He is a great, compassionate educator at the helm of modern pain sciences.
I love this lecture by Prof. Lorimer Moseley and I'm always happy to watch any of his talks and lectures again. Pain is an emerging experience made up of many different factors, which is an important bit of knowledge to have. We can modify a lot of the factors thankfully and while it means understanding… Continue reading What is pain?
I have adjusted my schedule of classes and upgraded my booking system! You can now choose from Monday 6pm (starting May 18th), Wednesday 7pm, Thursday 10am or Friday 11am. Classes are 60min apart from Thursday (class is about 50min). All classes are drop in classes, which means you can book them individually. Most people like… Continue reading Schedule changes and class packages
The Wednesday evening class is a drop in / pay as you go class, just like the one on Friday morning at 11am. That means you can book one class, every week, only the weeks you feel like it... until the restrictions are lifted and I go back to teaching for Live&Breathe that evening! Get… Continue reading I’ve added a class in the evening
The sense of new and weird has shifted to getting on with it for me (will the schools ever open again and how do I break to my son that he WILL have to go back to school at some stage?!), as I start a second 4 week cycle of Somatic Movement classes. We'll be… Continue reading Fresh Cycle of At Home Classes starting!
How is everyone doing at the start of the 'proper' lockdown? I feel more settled into the online teaching and my ease has returned. The first few days after I had to close, my jaw was tight and achy. As soon as I made a plan and got things set up, I started feeling more… Continue reading Updated list of online classes
It's not all doom and gloom and cobbled together when it comes to online classes. I have been teaching online now for about 3 years, group and mainly one to one lessons and mentoring for teachers in training. There are numerous really positive point about online classes that solve most of the common issues standing… Continue reading A class online?
You might have seen the video of the English couple in a Japanese hospital talking about what they did to keep their lung capacity up.Besides rhythmically tapping on the ribcage as a manual technique, which is used for centuries for respiratory issues, releasing tension in the muscles around the ribcage is vital to be able… Continue reading Here’s one way of improving your breathing!