There can be a myriad of reasons why you might suffer tight and uncomfortable shoulders.
Poor postural alignment, faulty breath patterns or repetitive movements due to work or leisure activities to name a few.
Whilst a soothing massage would be nice… In the current lockdown situation you might benefit from a little self care to relieve tight shoulders in the form of a foam roller…
This Pilates inspired leg series will both strengthen and mobilise your legs and hips.
Can I do these exercises at home without any equipment?
The simple answer is yes!
The connection between Fascia and Pilates?
The mind. Oh yes, that elusive mind-body connection.
How do you do Fascial Movement?
In the studio I use small equipment including Fitness Circles, Mini Stability Balls, Spiky Balls, Foam Rollers and Resistance Bands to help you improve your body movement and awareness.
Postural alignment keeps coming up in my private Pilates sessions and small group classes.
It’s hard to do anything well if your postural alignment is off. You’ll inevitably end up with pain and/or injury.
So, how can Pilates help your back pain?
Here are are series of simple ways that you can help improve your postural alignment even before you join a class or sign up for a 1-2-1 Pilates session.