Monthly Archives: October 2014

From Wobble to Elegance: Learning to Walk without Knee Pain

Joan came to me because of knee pain.  She had surgery on her left knee ten years ago. Since then, the knee had gotten more and more stiff. Walking and going up and down stairs were difficult. She wanted to find an alternative to having a knee replacement.  Joan described the situation this way: “I […]

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Free Talk: Save your Back by Finding your Hip Joints

Whether sitting, standing, bending over, or walking, people tend to overuse their lower back. The result is pain and discomfort. According to the Mayo Clinic, back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor or miss work. By learning better body mechanics, you can reduce the unnecessary stress and strain […]

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Free Weekend Clinic

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Got Feldenkrais?

Lavinia Plonka has published some interesting videos.  A really good one that promotes the Feldenkrais method is called “Got Feldenkrais”.   You can view it by clicking on the picture below: My favorite part is when she says that the side-effects include: improved balance, sense of relaxation, increased optimism, better range of motion, and increased vitality

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