The new year has brought a lot of wonderful opportunities to my table. Along with these great things coming up, are obligations and deadlines all involving the computer. As I continue to strive for more space between my joints, softness in my musculature and ease in my movements, being on the computer seems more and […]
Before you flip to another post because you are thinking \”why do I need to know this\”, give me a chance! You\’ve been giving yourself massage all along even if you didn\’t know it. I\’m sure you can recall at least once where you have reached up and rubbed your temple or shoulder to relieve
Jaw Tension. Those of you who know me from the dance studio, have heard me repeatedly give direction on your jaw. Release your jaw, soften the root of your tongue, let your jaw hang, smile! I\’m kind of broken record for a lot of directions. Those of you who don\’t dance, don\’t worry you have
Yes you! What are you looking at and how are you looking at it? We use our eyes differently for different situations. I find that the way I use my eyes in everyday activities is as important to my overall posture and alignment as is a good warm up to a workout or dance class.
After breaking my arm in Aqaba, I was reminded of how my eyes are a big player when it comes to my overall function. My right is stronger than my left. My eye doc suggests I just wear cheaters: 200 for reading, 125 for distance. But after complaining that I have CSS syndrome, he
I should have checked my Body Map before I left for the Middle East. Actually, \”Body Maps\” refers to the imprints that our brain holds for movement. Areas that sense, coordinate and categorize movements and body parts. But this map, is me. 1/ Alabama I cut my left palm climbing a fence when I was 2