Tired eyes?

Meet splenius cervicus. A trigger point or knot in this muscle can leave you with a pain in the neck or tired behind the eyes.FB_IMG_1455122441190

For a good stretch tuck your chin slightly and and gently bring the back of the head forward20160210_115727

Arm Pain?

Meet Scalenes,

These lovely little guys work hard to lift the ribs during inspiration. Shallow breathing and forward head posture can cause trigger points and referred pain down the arm, into the back and chest! Stretching and belly breathing will help keep these muscles happy.Scalene trp

Foot pain?

20160203_085841Meet gastocnemius, an amazing calf muscle with a tricky referal pattern of pain. It starts above the knee and forms part of the achilles tendon. Keeping the knee straight will help isolate this mucle when sttetching the calf

Stretching Tip of the Day

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Did you know it takes 30 seconds for your brain to recognise stretch and respond?

Make sure you are holding the stretch for 30 seconds to a minute to optimize your bodies amazing ability!

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