Almost everyone experiences muscle cramps at some point in their lives, you could be drifting off to sleep or out for long out for a walk when it happens: the muscles of your calf or foot suddenly become hard, tight and extremely painful. They are caused by involuntary contractions or muscle spasms of one or […]
Are you confused about the function of the pelvic floor muscles (PFM’s) and how to keep them healthy.
Approximately 10 million people in the UK live with pain on an almost daily basis; this often has a significant impact on their quality of life and is the second-highest cause of days off work.
Many people ask me “ I don’t have a back problem or any injuries so why should I do Pilates?” To get the most out of a Pilates class/session, you need to connect to your body and be in the moment, over time and with experience; this can improve overall mind/body awareness and become […]
It’s Pilates but not as you know it, the pace is slower with time to reflect, its a bit like interval training the changes happen during the rest periods. It’s based on science, and has a slightly different focus, let me explain…
This is a lovely montage of a little baby named Liv doing what babies do during their first year of life, exploring their environment and learning the essential skills to be able walk, run jump and play. It starts with her finding her limbs and their connection to the floor, wriggling, shifting weight and beginning […]
In my post about muscle cramps (read it here) I mentioned magnesium, and a few people have asked me to tell them more about it.