The Dancer’s Posture

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As ‘Strictly’ fever sweeps the nation, and we move from Len’s famous ‘sev-en’ into the nines’s and 10’s, the celebrities start to look like real dancers.  But what makes a dancer’s posture so distinguishable?  We asked ex-dancer Jeni Howland – now Somatics and yoga teacher – to shed some light on this question. That poise and elegance that a dancer …

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Golf & Chiropractic

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How Chiropractic Can Help Your Game By Stuart Kedge The Open was inspiring, the weather has been glorious, it’s the perfect time to get out on the course or visit the driving range to perfect your golfing skills.  Technique and practise will of course improve your play, but chiropractic care can actually help you reach your optimum performance. Here’s how: …

Cycling Can Be A Pain In The Back

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With the Sportive season well and truly underway – but still many more to come – we thought it was a good time to look at a common cycling problem (especially in long distance cycling), low back pain. So what’s the recipe for biking discomfort? Main contributors to low back pain when riding are:- poor core strength, poor flexibility, poor …

Staying Flexible – The Key To A Healthy Body

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We often talk about staying flexible, moving around, not sitting for long periods of time – and rightly so. As we know being stationary (especially sitting), usually with poor posture (slumping, crossing legs, favouring one leg while standing etc) puts extra pressure through our joints and makes our network of soft tissues work harder to support us – often ending …

Daily Stretching – Optimise Your Spinal Mobility with ‘The Daily 5’

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  – by Stretch Therapy Instructor Lisa Perry This routine of 5 stretches is designed to optimise your spinal mobility. It can be done daily, hence the name. Forward Bend (can be felt in the shoulders and throughout back esp. mid & upper back) – 10 Relaxed Breaths Seated on the floor, walk your heels towards you backside Wrap arms around …