Our Dance Between Stability and Movement

Our bodies communicate information from one area to another via the connective tissues, a continuum of fibres and cells, reacting to each other, passing messages in a process that is twenty times faster than the nervous system. This is an instant reactivity. Take the example of an insect flying onto your eyelash. The blinking of the eye is so fast it is beyond that which is mediated by the nervous system. Our Connective Tissues are essential to the dance between stability and movement – crucial in high performance, central in

2016-11-25T16:05:05+00:00 November 25th, 2016|

How To Tell If You Inherited Emotional Trauma and How To Break the Pattern

Epigenetics is a change in our genetic activity without changing our genetic code. It is a process that happens throughout our lives and is normal to development. Chemical tags get attached to our genetic code, like bookmarks in the pages of a book, signalling to our bodies which genes to ignore and which to use. Our environment, from smoking and diet to pollution and war, can leave "epigenetic marks" on our DNA that could get passed on to subsequent generations. This is called epigenetic inheritance. Epigenetics With

2016-11-02T11:56:07+00:00 October 10th, 2016|

Profound Tension Release

Profound Tension Release (PTR) is a technique developed by Chiropractor Dr Ken Stewart, for releasing tension within the connective tissues of our bodies.  Tension in our bodies develops as a response to injury and trauma arising from physical, emotional, mental and/or spiritual stresses we inevitably experience throughout our lifetime. Profound Tension Release is based on an understanding of the body as an interactive, interconnected, energised (energetic) and highly sensitive entity. The connective tissue network forms a three-dimensional matrix of structural support within the body. It contains and shapes the body,

2016-11-02T11:56:07+00:00 September 11th, 2016|

Core Strength – Questioning the Prevailing Beliefs

There has been much emphasis on the concept of building core strength over recent years; it’s a concept that is incomplete to me. I see the key issue is actually core energy not core strength: I will explain. The “core” refers to the lower part of the body: the pelvis, the lower back, the abdominal wall, and the diaphragm, and this region’s ability to stabilise the body during movement. Every activity we do in life, from running to swallowing, is more efficient when we have a stable and yet flexible core. It’s a dynamic stability

2016-11-02T11:56:08+00:00 October 29th, 2015|

How Did the Diplodocus Hold its Head Up?

You may experience some neck tension with stress and prolonged sitting at the computer, driving or working at a bench. But think of the poor old Diplodocus, how did they manage to hold their heads up with a 7 metre long neck?  They didn’t have a tall frame on their shoulders and the cables that we see holding up the long boom of the cranes on high-rise building sites.   The Diplodocus used a wonderful structural design which is actually the structural basis of all life forms. It is the

2016-11-02T11:56:09+00:00 September 18th, 2015|