After-Care & Self-Care
Reverses the stress and strain of sitting at a desk or computer all day. It will help you pull back your shoulders, which may tend to roll forward while sitting. It helps open the front of the thighs (hip flexors) which is a common cause of lower back pain.
A simple and highly effective exercise to help reduce muscle strain, tension and fatigue in the neck and upper back. Ideal for individuals who spend long periods of time at computers, driving or standing.
Reduce the risk of overstretching and injury by using these guidelines to stretch safely and effectively
Tips on how to prevent and relieve post-workout muscle soreness (DOMS)
Body Sense Magazine
A guide to living a healthy lifestyle and reaping the rewards of bodywork.