IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE

IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE

SQUAT

Great for strengthening the legs and engaging the core.

STRENGTHENING SERIES

THE KEY TO POSTURE

 

We regularly assess your posture. Posture is important as poor posture can affect how you feel and function, creating tension and stress in the spine and nervous system. Likewise good posture can be a sign of a well functioning spine and nervous system.

 

Having a healthy posture has another benefit which is your mood. Various studies reveal that maintaining good posture can also help boost your mood and reduce stress.

 

The posture exercises here will help keep your posture aligned in between your Chiropractic visits and allow you to take an active role in your care.

 

 

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LUNGE

Great for strengthening the legs and buttocks

PEA ON A FORK

Great for strengthening the mid-back to counteract prolonged sitting postures

WALL SIT

Great for engaging the core muscles

FLEXIBILITY SERIES

THE KEY TO POSTURE

 

Having flexible muscles is also key for improving your posture. How? If you’re one of the millions of people worldwide that works behind a desk, excessive sitting can result in tight chest muscles and an overstretched back. Regular stretching helps muscles to become more flexible.

 

Over time, this can have a positive effect on your posture.We also offer massage therapy to help reduce tension in your muscles and improve overall function.

 

 

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STANDING QUADRICEP STRETCH

Great for stretching the front of your thighs and improving pelvic posture

BREATHING EXERCISE

Great for using your diaphragm, relaxing your shoulders and decreasing stress

GLUTE STRETCH

Great for stretching the buttock muscles

CAT STRETCH

Great for mobilising the spine

SUPER WOMAN

Great for counteracting sitting at a desk all day and for lengthening your spine and nervous system

SITTING SUPER WOMAN

Great for stretching your upper back and shoulders

ROLL

Important for balancing out the shoulders

YAW

Great for mobility and helping to stretch and improve flexibility

PNF FOR THE NECK

A great way to release tension in the neck and shoulders

CRUNCH

Great for strengthening your abdominal muscles /span>

CORE SERIES

THE KEY TO POSTURE

 

Your nervous system responds to movement. When you are inactive for a long period of time you reduce the feedback and input into your nervous system. We tend to develop static positions often bent forward when we are designed to be upright. This causes the muscles to get tired and overworked resulting in tension.

 

When we sit many of us tend to not support ourselves properly and slouch causing our core abdominal muscles to switch off.

 

The core exercises here are based on Pilates exercises to help you strengthen your abdominals which will also help you to hold your adjustments between visits.

 

 

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