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Flexible Chest and Spine

A Flexible Chest and Spine – The Hidden Key to Freeing the Neck and Back The Hidden Key to Freeing the Neck, Back and Shoulders Most people don’t consider their chest and spine as playing a large role in feeling comfortable and at ease through the neck, shoulders and back. The first instinct when dealing with neck and shoulder pain

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My Feldenkrais Story: Helen Pendlebury

For ten years Helen didn’t have a fixed address. She house-sat, stayed with family and friends, and lived in group homes. She also struggled on and off with chronic pain and mobility issues. She had tried Feldenkrais in the past and had left it behind due to shoulder pain.  More than two decades later, she found her way back to Feldenkrais and the effect on her physical and mental well-being has been transformational.

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5 Ways to Counteract Sitting at Work

Five Ways to Counteract Sitting at Work 1. Micro-breaks Eye breaks – every 20 minutes spend 20 seconds focusing your eyes on something 20 feet away from you (the 20 – 20 – 20 exercise). You should also blink the eyes a few times to lubricate them. Deep breathing with an overhead stretch (sitting or standing). Interlace the fingers. Take

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Arthritis

Don’t let arthritis pain stop you from exercising or losing weight! At Free2Move many clients with OA, RA, Fibromyalgia and other forms of arthritis attend our exercise programmes every week.

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Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome Have you ever suspected that you are ‘double jointed’? Do you have a history or frequent sprains and strains, or clicky joints, going back to when you were a child? Then read on, as you may have Joint Hypermobility or Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. Joint Hypermobility is a condition in which joints can be moved beyond the normal

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Lumbar Disc Injury Overview

Lumbar Disc Injury Overview What is a Lumbar Disc Injury What is a lumbar disc injury? What’s the difference between a disc bulge a disc herniation and a disc prolapse? Disc injuries are one of the most common causes of lower back pain. Recovery often takes longer than with other types of back pain. With professional help from your Free2Move

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Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) is far less common that Tennis Elbow and affects the muscles which attach to the inner aspect of your elbow. These muscles that move the wrist and fingers and are involved in gripping and lifting. Repetitive over-use of these muscles or incorrect technique when playing racket sports, weight lifting or rock climbing can cause

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Arthritis

Don’t let arthritis pain stop you from exercising or losing weight! At Free2Move many clients with OA, RA, Fibromyalgia and other forms of arthritis attend our exercise programmes every week.

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Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome Have you ever suspected that you are ‘double jointed’? Do you have a history or frequent sprains and strains, or clicky joints, going back to when you were a child? Then read on, as you may have Joint Hypermobility or Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. Joint Hypermobility is a condition in which joints can be moved beyond the normal

Diagram showing how sciatica cam be caused by a lumbar disc injury disc bulge or herniation

Lumbar Disc Injury Overview

Lumbar Disc Injury Overview What is a Lumbar Disc Injury What is a lumbar disc injury? What’s the difference between a disc bulge a disc herniation and a disc prolapse? Disc injuries are one of the most common causes of lower back pain. Recovery often takes longer than with other types of back pain. With professional help from your Free2Move

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