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Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis Syndrome is the compression of the sciatic nerve by the piriformis muscle.

Conditions affecting the sciatic nerve that refer pain down the posterior thigh are often referred to by the general public as sciatica. 432 more words

Why am I here?

The title of this post was a question I asked to year 9 pupils at Hurworth School last week, when doing a presentation on the importance of exercise and promoting exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle. 259 more words

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Graduation?

Exactly one month since completing my undergraduate Bsc Hons Degree within Sports Therapy, a lot has happened; from moving back to the family home to changing football clubs for the best of my career and experiences. 315 more words

Bodyscape Massage

   

   I found this on Yelp while looking for a place to get reiki done. The reviews were positive and the place sounds amazing. The location is clean and affordable and their customers say the massages are fully customized for each person and that they were thrilled to have gone there. 184 more words

Fitness Friday: Sports Therapy

Sometimes fitness is about more than just exercise.

Some months ago I hurt my shoulder.  Of all the exercises I do, how did I hurt it?  551 more words

Squat Technique

So as promised here is the video of my squat technique, with a bit of a breakdown below :

The technique in the video will be by no means perfect, for instance I could relax the shoulders a bit more (think I was keeping the arms out of the way of the couch) and I have a slight tilt of the head to my left, which is something that was picked up at uni.   182 more words

Sports Therapy

Knowledge is Power! Yoga & Therapy now available!

Did you know that I now offer Yoga & Therapy one to ones every week at Glow Yoga, Good Vibes Studios in Covent Garden?

Using an exclusively designed combination of yoga, therapy and sports therapy techniques, including soft tissue release and NMT (neuromuscular technique), the sessions are designed to help you understand more about your body, improve mobility, rehabilitate if you have injury, or simply help you improve your own personal yoga practice using intelligent education about you and your body mechanics. 93 more words

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