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Wellness at The Office

Posted on May 12, 2015 in Uncategorized

  This is a 5 session program for people that spend time in front of the computer or sitting in an office. Each 30 minutes treatment encompasses massage, stretching, specific strengthening/alignment. The aim is for you to be comfortable in everyday life at your desk, to prevent injury and Over-Use syndromes. After 5 weeks you will have better...

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What is strength

Posted on May 8, 2015 in Uncategorized

What is the just amount of strength that defines fitness? Segmentar strengthening has resulted in an array of sculptural muscles in many sport athletes and fit people.  It is dangerous territory when coupled with modern day office living.  The musculo skeletal system is often subjected to mal alignement of the cranium, anteriorization of the head, low...

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Brushing Shoulders and Arms

Posted on Mar 18, 2015 in Uncategorized

IMG_0279 Good functional arms are not flat and straight.  The hands should always be in front of the body and the elbows should be slightly flexed.  This would resemble a hug pose. To improve the coordination between shoulder, arm and hand, start by positioning the brush on the base of your skull, on the occiptal bone.  Use the opposite hand of the side...

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Health from the inside

Posted on Oct 15, 2014 in Articles

I have recently caught up with Clo Mudrik in Sydney. Diagnosed with diabetes, Clo was driven to understand metabolism and nutrition. An artist and athlete herself, she puts the theories to test everyday. During my short stay – under her mothering care making me lunch packs! – I can say I felt focus, heaps of energy, slept like an angel and...

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Muscular Chains

Posted on Jul 1, 2014 in Articles

Stretching your arm to reach for a cup of tea requires the engagement of a series of muscles.  In physiological circumstances, muscles act in a cooperative manner. The concept of Muscular Chains developed by Mme. Godelieve Denys-Struif (GDS) has revolutionized my practice as a movement therapist. Each person presents a very unique manner of arranging the...

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