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The Psychology of Back Pain

The Psychology of Back Pain

Even when you have back pain that is being medically treated, it helps to understand the psychological factors that impact your pain-and treatment outcomes. Why chronic back pain is connected to your “head” When your physical movement is compromised it can cause...

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Breathing

Breathing

It seems counter intuitive that the diaphragm moves downward upon inhalation.  After all, when we inhale, the ribcage lifts and draws upwards as well as to the side and back.  And yet, the diaphragm moves down, freeing up the lungs, allowing them to expand as well as...

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Pilates for Pregnancy

Pilates for Pregnancy

A healthy baby starts with a healthy mom. Most women don’t think about their pelvic floor until after they’ve had a baby or two and are having trouble with urine leaking. But waiting until after your baby is born isn’t the right time to start thinking about the health...

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My Journey Back to the Mat

My Journey Back to the Mat

Pilates was not my first passion.  I only discovered it after a lengthy battle with a recurring shoulder injury that resulted from the combination of a desk job, using the mousepad regularly and a stressful time in my life. I was willing to try anything that could...

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