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Guide To Body Stretching

Here is a series of stretches you can do while sitting. They are good for people who work at office jobs. You can relieve tension and energize parts of your body that have become stiff from sitting. If you don’t have much uninterrupted time available, use short periods of stretching (five minutes) every three or...

Isometric Shoulder External Rotation: 2 reps, 30 sec hold, 1 set Isometric Shoulder Internal Rotation: 2 reps, 30 sec hold, 1 set Wall Angel: 10 reps, 3 sec hold, 1 set

Pelvic Tilt in Supine: 10 reps, 1 set Abdominal Hollowing: 10 reps, 5 sec hold, 1 set Hip Flexor Stretch: 2 reps, 30 sec hold, 1 set Alternate, Opposite Arm & Leg Raise in Quadruped: 10 reps, 1 set Bridging, one leg straight: 10 reps, 1 set Side support on elbow with bent knees: 10

Hamstring Stretch in Long-sitting: 2 reps, 30-sec hold, 1 set Quadriceps Stretch in Standing: 2 reps, 30-sec hold, 1 set Straight Leg Raise in Supine: 10 reps, 1 set Straight Leg Raise in Supine: 10 reps, 1 set Illio-tibial Band Stretch: 2 reps, 30-sec hold, 1 set

Worried about your appearance? Your problem is largely temporary — if you avoid excessive weight-gain, wear an expertly fit bra, even during sleep, and start these re-toning exercises before you leave the hospital. Add a new exercise each day. Do each one 4 times, twice each day, morning and evening for a month or more.

Wall Angel: 10 Reps, 3 seconds hold, 1 set Scalene Stretch: 2 reps, 30-second hold, 1 set Levator Stretch: 2 reps, 30 seconds hold, 1 set Neck Stretches Hold onto the edge of the chair. Hold onto the edge of the chair.side to be stretched and lookdown towards the opposite armpit. Apply a little pressure

Happy Customers

I have a lot of problems with my neck shoulder and hips, my hairdresser refferred me to Chris who does Myorthotics. I have never heard of this method of treatment before, I had tried Chiropractors and other techniques to no avail but Myorthotics really works, I feel like a million dollars after Chris has worked her magic, I have referred many people to Chris and will go on doing so. Maybe other have ongoing issues like me that could be greatly relieved by a trip to Chris.

Sandy

I’ve been seeing Chris for Myorthotics for the past 5 years ... This is an amazing process, and really gives the body a chance to heal, to let go ... anyone having issues with their bodies, do yourself a favor! Go see Chris and let the magic unfold. I do not really know how or why your treatments have helped my so much – but they have. Since coming to you I have not had a full on migraine and have no more pain from Rotor Cuff problem. Prior to coming to you, I spent many thousands of dollars on multi Physio appointments, but I was never pain free, until I started seeing you – Thank you.

Deb

Dancers strive to keep their bodies in flexible mode and ballet dancing is about maintaining strength and long lines. Kay Flynn has found the Myorthotics system helps keep her dance students in great shape. "It is an idea! support for growing stress pain in young students and the gentle, non-invasive approach is excellent" Christine Tompson has been practicing Myorthotics for over 27 years and it is part of her Naturopathic treatments available at her Mermaid Waters’ clinic. "It is designed to relax contracted soft tissue placing uneven strain on the vertebrae," Christine said. "Ballet dancers need incredible back strength and it’s good support treatment to stop minor injuries becoming a problem to their craft." The treatment system was invented in Australia focusing on our active population. "It helps with spinal alignment, which is an essence for vitality and energy," said Ms Tompson. "It suits athletes as well as dancers as it is very effective for relief of joint and muscle pain that often comes with intensive training programs." The hands-on treatment takes about 20 minutes, which works in with busy schedules at the Kay Flynn Dance Academy. "One young dancer was having hip problems due to a growth spurt and it meant cancelling from a performance unless it was relieved;" said Ms Flynn. "The Myorthotics treatments worked and saved any disappointment." Naturopath Christine Tompson also offers overall health consultations, identifying problems using Iridology and Symptomatology.

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