Roll up onto the sit bones by imagining a little more space between your pubic bone and your ribcage….
Chairs, whether office chairs, lab chairs, school chairs, home chairs or sofas are meant to provide us maximum comfort so that we can perform the desired functions or enjoy our free time. Unfortunately, this is not always true and there is more and more evidence showing that prolonged sitting whether at home or office can
This is a difficult question! It really depends on how you define the term “posture” as it can mean many different things. Definition: “The position or bearing of the body whether characteristic or assumed for a special purpose” (Merriam-Webster). Posture or Structure? | Can Remedial Massage Help Posture? If you google ‘posture’ you will see the
Do you think you have poor posture? Do you think your desk is to blame? What steps have you taken to improve your posture?
Doing a pec stretch regularly can be a great option for modern workers. A common postural complaint and one that can be exacerbated by office work is forward or rounded shoulders.
This Levator Scapulae Stretch can be used daily to maintain flexibility in the neck.
Your Postural Health Goals Like all forms of treatment there are things a remedial massage therapist should be aware of and as a result it is important to find a highly qualified and experienced practitioner. All of our remedial massage therapists at Melbourne Combined Natural Therapies are fully qualified and have years of experience
Remedial Massage for Postural Imbalances One of the most common muscular imbalances we see in our Melbourne clinic is excessively tight chest muscles and weak back muscles. This is generally caused by spending long periods with our arms outstretched using keyboards, smart phones, tablets or driving. This results in shortening of the pec muscles in
Pilates Melbourne Having practiced in Melbourne for the past 10 years I have found that time and time again clients tell me that they have a sore back because they have a weak core. Whilst people are aware that there is some correlation between the muscles of their back and their ‘core’ muscles, many don’t