Developmental Movement: Hips & Shoulders

Ah it's been so long since I've been able to write!  Taking a little time off to focus on my work has been good and inspirational.  So let's start off this new wave of inspiration looking at how to sequence in really healthy movement! In this post today we'll take a look at how Internally … Continue reading Developmental Movement: Hips & Shoulders

The Brain & Breathing: Active & Passive Breath

In both yoga and corrective exercise we often draw awareness to the breath.  It's an important aspect as breath is fundamental part of any movement pattern. "If you don't own breathing, you don't own the movement" -Dr. Karel Lewit Breath gives us the biggest indication of where we are at currently in the exercise or … Continue reading The Brain & Breathing: Active & Passive Breath

Crocodile Bridge Pose

You breathe about 17,000 to 30,000 times a day.  Needless to say, breathing is one of the most important movements you make every single moment! Improper breathing can lead to a wealth of biomechanical problems.  Sitting is usually the source of our faulty breathing patterns since it impairs the diaphragm and also makes it hard … Continue reading Crocodile Bridge Pose

Anatomy of a Modern Day Human: Troll Posture

With my previous few posts focused on the Thoracic spine and it's mobility (how it moves, and how to restore it), it's about time that I talk about a very common postural epidemic: Troll Posture That's at least what I jokingly call the hunched over, rounded and internally rotated position that we scroll and swipe through our … Continue reading Anatomy of a Modern Day Human: Troll Posture