Ab-dominant and Ab-sessed Society is seemingly obsessed by the body beautiful and the aesthetic of the flat stomach. As a 52 year old post menopausal woman, it is not something that I lose sleep over (although I have bloating/IBS issues which I wrote about in a previous blog post which you can read here.) […]Continue ReadingAB-DOMINANCE: Why are we so ab-sessed with the Abdominals?
What Is the Shoulder & Come to think of it, Where is it? The shoulder is, in some ways a rather vague term. What we have is an upper arm bone and a shoulder blade. Also in the mix, but not actually the shoulder is the collar bone and the rib cage. Without them there […]Continue ReadingBlade Runner 2019: Five Things You Really Need To Know About Your Shoulder
Number One : Where is the lower back? Our sense of the lower back is often a bit vague and it depends upon whether you think of your “back” as your spine or the back of your body in general. For this piece I’m talking about the spine. The individual bones of the spine have […]Continue ReadingFive Things You Really Need To Know About Your Lower Back
10,000 Steps for the Legs, what about the Shoulders? Over Christmas and the New Year Period I went on holiday to Morocco, and you know how it is when you go away, especially in a foreign country, you walk, and walk, and walk. Whilst trip trapping around Marrakech, often lost, I got to thinking: What […]Continue Reading50 Shades of Shoulders
Neutral Pelvis, Neutral Spine Ok, so it can’t be too hard to work out what inspired this Blog post: the middle way that is secure, and ( I can’t believe I’m actually going to write this…) strong and stable. Who says Exercise Instructors can’t make political jokes eh? So leaving the Body Politic in return […]Continue ReadingNeutral Territory of Pilates: the Strong and Stable Middle Ground.