Psoas Releasing Bridge

Psoas Releasing Bridge

I have talked previously about the anatomy of the Psoas muscle in a blog in January which you can find here: Psoas Release We will add to this knowledge this week in our focus on Bridge pose. The psoas muscles on either side of your back and hips are the only muscles...
Calf and Hamstring Hurdles

Calf and Hamstring Hurdles

This blog relates to two classes in which we will be focusing on the backs of the legs and how we might use pandiculation and somatic techniques for releasing tight muscles that make us prone to injury when running, dancing and walking etc.  We will also be...
Digital and Muscle Tension Minimisation

Digital and Muscle Tension Minimisation

This week we will talk about an emerging phenomena in the Digital World – it’s a Marie Kondo style of Digital Tidying up!  The digital space is carefully managed by gurus of the marketing world who understand, just like those whose knowledge and talent has...
Ahimsa and The Electro Magnetic Field

Ahimsa and The Electro Magnetic Field

The title of this blog sounds like a child’s adventure book.  And the story I am about to tell you may well occur to you as a fairytale for two reasons: There are things that you don’t know that you don’t know that could be making you and particularly your small grand...
Sciatic Nerves & their Clinical Significance

Sciatic Nerves & their Clinical Significance

The sciatic nerve is the largest (thickest) and longest nerve in your body and supplies nerve feedback to the back of the thigh, the leg and has further branches all the way down to the foot so you can see why it is such an important part of our anatomy.  It has both...