Well-Being for the Open-Minded Sceptic # 77- Keeping our Best Foot Forward – Dec 2020 First I just want to acknowledge what a year 2020 has been. With all that has gone on in the world this past year, I am grateful to call Tasmania my home. I feel sorry for my friends and familyContinue reading “Your Best Foot Forward”
Why does my neck hurt?
We in modern society have forgotten how to use our bodies. We suffer a lot of aches and pains because of that. The good news is that we can heal most of the neck pain, planter fasciitis, back pain, repetitive stress injuries and more. We can do it simply by going back to our primalContinue reading “Posture is like learning a new language. It takes time and practice.”
Interview by Molly Tynjala “Experience Life” assistant editor. Esther Gokhale | In the ninth month of pregnancy with my first child, I experienced excruciating back pain. I had previously had back spasms doing yoga poses but returned to an active life after each episode. This time the back pain was accompanied by sciatica. I was told the pain would goContinue reading “An Interview with Esther Gokhale on Back Pain and more…”
It’s coming into winter here in Australia. But these tips work all year round. So even if it’s summer where you are, try them anyway. Whether you embrace a cold day or grumble and hit the snooze button on your alarm for the third time, the depths of winter can result in many of usContinue reading “Winter Mood Boosters”
“You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.” George Burns. I love that line. I often hear my massage clients say that their pain is a result of old age. This amuses me, as often enough, I am the same age or older than they are. They will ask me afterContinue reading “Aging – How You Move Matters!”
Every Bone Has It’s Natural Place The particular arrangement of the human skeleton is a product of the demands of upright living and the constant force of gravity. Each bone has a natural place relative to its neighbours. As in the song “Dem Bones” by James Weldon Johnson, The foot bones connected to the ankleContinue reading “Every Bone In It’s Natural Place”