June 23, 2017
Chronic and recurrent neck pain is very common, simple aches and pain in the big muscles at the base of the neck. This simple short recording can be done in the office, plane, train or the kitchen, you only need a desk or table, chair and some padding to go under your elbows.
Xxx Jill WW
November 8, 2016
A 15 minutes process combining awareness of self use & gentle play during the simple process of sitting to standing with relaxation. This lesson is an excellent practice to use at the end of a busy day, at a break, even on a plane journey.
During the lesson you will be working in sitting, on a comfortable chair of your choice
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August 9, 2016
This podcast is a short intro to the basic components to consider when you first begin to plan a rehabilitation strategy for your upper limb.
It's not designed as a medical process, but to start assisting you to explore, watch, look and think about the various aspects of self use you want to change.
Having good foundations is an intrinsic part of a good rehabilitation plan.
Remember improvng your ability to move and use yoursef effectively must be driven by your own goals & awareness.
January 6, 2016
This short lesson is performed in sitting at a desk with the arm supported on a table or surface. It is an easy process, but has some profound effects on the muscle activity in your hand, quietening your brain and nice for anyone rehabilitating after arm injury. Alternately this can help anyone who uses this hands and fingers at work, thats doing keyboard, texting, driving, gripping, pushing pulling.
So probably just about everyone.
January 2, 2016
This is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment, is you are not sure if its OK to physically do a lesson please ask your physician. However lessons can be done in the imagination.
This lesson is in sitting with forearm supported, we explore how we can sense the contact and how we can make changes to capability to sense the arm and how we could use this ability
January 2, 2016
This lesson is perfromed in sitting with an arm supported by the arm of the chair. As with all lessons this is not intended to be a medical intervention, if you are not sure if you are OK to do a lesson then check with your physician first. However any lesson can be done in the imagination or with an unaffected limb.
During this short lesson we explore the effect of varying speed of movement on ability to sense and feel