Fix your breathing to release tension in your shoulders – Khalil Hussein

Breathing is something many of us take for granted, life giving oxygen courses through our arteries every second, feeding every cell in our bodies. Breathing is something that the average person does 20,000 times a day. It’s for this reason that if not done correctly it can cause a whole host of different issues. If you are constantly suffering from …

Mobility is about Controlled Flexibility – Dan Cerone

Dan he has written such an amazing article on Functional Range Conditioning and Mobility that we had to share this to our community. He is a mobility specialist who has been taught by none other than Dr. Andreo Spina of Functional Anatomy Seminars. Our chiropractors Nicole Paine (owner) and Khalil Hussen have both been taught by Dr Spina. Enjoy….. Dr …

The Felt Sense Prayer – A poem shared by Sabu Bhugobaun

There are many schools of health and well being that believe that when we experience a physical symptom, there may be a hidden message that we are not hearing and we may need to be attentive to it and listen to its message. This ‘inner listening’ leads to greater self awareness and enhances our capacity for self healing. As it’s …

5 Health Recommendations for 2017

Food is medicine – eat real food. Real, whole, unprocessed food has a limitless ability to heal. A diet rich in dark leafy greens, a rainbow of vegetables and fruits, nuts, seeds, healthy fats, quality protein provides the micro and macro nutrients necessary for health. With your fork you have an opportunity three or more times in a day to influence …

Breathing: Our only conscious control over our Nervous System

Using breathing to induce the releaxation response is an easy way to relieve stress, calm the mind and relax the body. Breathing is the only way to access this fight or flight stress response to calm it and activate the relaxation response of our parasympathetic nervous system. Activating the relaxation response has many benefits: Decreased heart rate Decreased blood pressure …

Why ‘Mini-Squats’ are bad for you ! Do you Butt Wink?

Mini-squats or wall squats deactivate the posterior chain (back line of the body) and fully activate the front line and quadriceps, sounds like a good idea when rehabbing knees right? Wrong this creates an imbalance in the load to the knees as with anything in our bodies its all about balance. By activating mostly, the front line we allow for …

Natural Hangover Cures for the Silly Season

5 healthy ways for getting over a hangover, or possibly preventing it: Start with a glass of water – The first glass of wine usually goes down so easily because we are dehydrated, so this may taper it a bit!  And then keep a glass of water with you all night too.. Support your liver. – Try bitter foods such …