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Video clips for my next course

I will be posting all my techniques for the next course so that students can see the techniques in action .  Every day they can go back and watch what we did that day in action . I hope this will be a good teaching aid .  

Pin and stretch techniques for the foot and calf

The foot is our first contact with the environment , it communicates information to the brain about changes on the ground and allows us to maintain balance . A healthy foot should be flexible and mobile which allows maximum contact with the ground and maximum stimulation of all nerves . …

Sciatica

The sciatic nerve runs out of the lower lumbar and sacral vertebra . It runs through the pelvic bowl and out the back down the legs branching into both sides of the lower leg and foot . Just to be clear it is extremely rare to have Piriformis syndrome which …

Moving energy with movement .

When I massage I believe that i am moving energy and in its simplest form this is blood . Any one with a scientific brain would say that there are many forms of energy from heat , kinetic , electrical , emotional and many more . Whatever energy you believe …

Soft tissue techniques for back pain .

Today we will look at some techniques for relieving back pain . A lot of back pain is caused by compression and flexion . Instead of trying to carry out general stretching for the lumbar spine which may cause further pain it is a good idea to gently decompress and …

Back pain , where to start .

What do you do when a client comes in complaining of back pain ? Where does it hurt? When did it happen? How did it happen ? The list is endless and no question is wrong we need to know as much as possible about the situation in order to …

one of the best days of my life

I have been doing gymnastics twice a week with my next door neighbour Alex Klein who is an awesome coach . Now let  me tell you that learning simple stuff like a forward and backward roll was a huge challenge for me . A handstand was a massive mountain to climb …

Tight psoas , weak psoas !

I think the psoas gets a lot of bad press and is unfairly blamed for back pain and hip issues  . Before we go poking around deep into someones belly it is a good idea to have a valid reason for doing so . It also helps to understand a little bit …