Pain in the butt may lead to lower back pain
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Posted by  in Back Pain

The piriformis muscles begins inside the pelvis. The piriformis connects to each side of your sacrum and to the greater trocanter (the bump of bone on the top side of each hip). The piriformis is primarily an external rotator. This means that as the muscle[…]

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Posted by  in Running

Shin splints is described as pain along the inner edge of the shinbone or tibia. Shin splints is a prevalent form of lower leg injury and can affect any of us. They are particularly common amongst runners. Why? Because the ONLY muscle that strongly lifts[…]

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Posted by  in Back Pain

Often, lower back pain is the result of other muscles in the body being tight or imbalanced. When your Calves become tight, your body’s centre of mass shifts forward and cause your low back muscles to over-activate. Your low back arch (lumbar lordosis)[…]

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Posted by  in Breath

… continued September – November 2014 (third trimester) The final stretch[…]

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Posted by  in Breath

Before Nathan I was known as a fitness fanatic by my ex-colleagues before Nathan.[…]

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I enjoyed reading the blog by Adam Choo “ My butt is tight: Mom is doing Pilates,[…]

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Posted by  in General

At Pilates BodyTree, we offer a group class called Roller and Ball class. Common[…]

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