Where’s your pelvis at?

Are you a tucker, or an archer? The position of the pelvis has a massive effect on the positioning of the pelvic organs, abdominal #muscles and the tension around them. A pelvis that lives in a tucked position often goes hand in hand with tightness in the back of the legs and glutes. This can

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Take a deep breath…

Are you a rib breather, or a belly breather? And why does it matter? Well, because our lungs don’t live in our belly, live in our ribs, and our lungs are all about breathing. Breathing a natural response to atmospheric pressure. We inhale to reduce the pressure that’s pressing down on us all day long.

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What is fascia?

The word fascia has become something of a buzz word in the world of movement, therapy and bodywork in recent times. It’s not long ago that even esteemed medics and anatomists would disregard the importance of fascia in the body, instead focusing on muscles, bones and joints as our primary system of support and movement.

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Release the Pressure

I want to talk about intra-abdominal pressure. This is often the missing part of the puzzle when looking at core and pelvic floor health and integrity. Our body needs pressure to survive and to thrive. Without pressure systems in our body, our heart wouldn’t beat, our blood wouldn’t flow, our food wouldn’t digest. But like

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