Moshe Feldenkrais was a brilliant somatic teacher. He understood from teaching thousands of lessons and treating countless people that having a free and mobile pelvis was critical to healthy movement. One of  Feldenkrais'  iconic lessons is THE PELVIC CLOCK. It was published in 1972 in Moshe's book Awareness...

Apart it from being a Tibetan Custom for showing respect, sticking out your tongue can be therapeutic. The tongue strongly influences the jaw. Try opening your mouth fully with your tongue pulled back toward your throat. Then try opening your mouth with your tongue moving forward and downward...

  Why the tongue? Because, this hidden muscle influences your breathing, digestion, speech, jaw, and neck orientation. Wow, that is a lot for a little muscle to do! While reading (Chapter 7: A Device That Resets the Brain)  "The Brain's Way of Healing" by Dr. Doidge I was astounded to...

Breathing can be made easier if we are aware that the lungs can move in all directions. Whether you have postural imbalances, breathing difficulties such as COPD or asthma, breathing can be dramatically improved when you tap into places you would not normally associate with...

Do you have trouble doing squats or bending forward to pick something off the floor? Chances are your bum is in the wrong place. To be precise we are talking about the pelvis being behind you and not tucked under you, as you can see...

If you are finding it hard to sort out your breathing and struggle to find a natural, relaxed rythym, this lesson can be very useful. It is not a perscription to "proper" breathing, but rather a way to interfer with bad habits, and reestablish an...

The problem with stretching is that we often overstretch the area that is most flexible in the first place. Why do we do this? Areas that are chronically lengthened tend to hurt more then the shortened, tight areas. Massage Therapists knows this. The sweet pain you get...