Thoracic Spine Exercise Progressions

Last week we talked about stubborn thoracic spines. I had a question asking for video to help the understanding, which will definitely help since movement is hard to describe in writing. In this video, I talk way faster than necessary (sorry about that!), but I go through type I and type II thoracic motion using

Gravity and Ground Reaction Force

I don’t remember these two being mentioned prior to my studies with John Hardy, Gary Gray and Dr David Tiberio. They are the ones who introduced this way of thinking to me and I don’t know why, but I knew it was a game changer! It wasn’t just this principle that changed things, but the

Understanding Movement

I love learning and I loved my degrees in Sports Science and Physiotherapy. I guess I was ultimately more inspired by my physio degree, which led me to do post grad studying in human movement. It was while exploring this fascinating subject that I started writing and teaching about movement. I’ve always felt that movement

Thoracic Mobility

There’s no doubt in my mind that the thoracic spine can be one of the more stubborn areas of the body. It’s so common to see a lack of mobility through the thoracic. It has a decent knock on effect elsewhere, lumbar spine, shoulders, neck, etc. That means that it can be a great place

Setting up on my Own

It’s been a great couple of months, it’s exciting to be working on setting up my own clinic in South Wales. I’ve been looking at clinic space and hopefully we’ll be ready to go soon. There’s a lot to do to be fair! Business cards have arrived, I’m getting a website sorted and it’s been

First Post Back – a quick catch up!

It’s been a long time, I’ve not really written anything since my last post on phyisoblogger. I don’t actually know when that was I’ve lost it all 🙁  I hadn’t written in a long time so I decided to take the website down for a while. My host sent me a backup of the whole