“Efficient posture” here is a just an exploitative combo of old posture myths, vague anatomical jargon (anterior pelvic shift, poor gluteal activation, etc.), and a little bit of macho BS like our natural posture should be as a soldier at attention…Read More
VIDEO: 😴 We should wake up feeling energized and refreshed, but so often, we're stiff and achy. In this video, we've got three big tips to change that…Read More
These donut peaches are my favorite thing I’ve grown in my garden. The smell alone is heavenly, and each bite is a bit of paradise. I’ve been waiting to try one for almost two years.
🤷♂️ But what does a peach have to do with movement, with facing down pain or tension, with figuring out what works best for your body?
VIDEO: This is different from everything else (chiropractic, massage, physical therapy…) 👀 🤔
San Diegans with chronic or recurrent pain or tension -- back pain, neck pain, knee pain, hip pain -- can take back their lives thanks to this approach called Alexander Technique. 🙌🙌🙌
Most of my clients have already tried practically everything, but our work together makes the difference. You can hear from a few of them in the video…Read More
In case you missed it, a new "study" is going around that claims degenerate posture is causing our society's skulls to develop strange growths in frightening numbers. (You might have seen the Washington Post article with a scary x-ray photo and an ominous measurement line.)
Now, I'll be the first to argue that posture is important and that we should be helping ourselves and our kids to find healthy movement -- but not because we need to be worried about growing horns!Read More
We spend a LOT of time on our little screens these days, and it can really hurt! Sore texting thumbs, angry wrists, and aching necks are just some of the complaints I hear...
So, to help out while you’re on mobile productively writing e-mail and doing research (or, y’know, scrolling your feed), here are my top 6 ergonomic tips for using your phone more happily.Read More
It makes me sick how many women I meet whose pain hasn’t been taken seriously before, and who have had professionals tell them (over and over) that there’s nothing that can be done.
Chronic pain disproportionately affects women -- 70% of people in chronic pain are women.
And those women are told more often than men that…Read More