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  1. Twisted Life Forms

    by Joel Carbonnel

    Nature, as a rule, does not like straight lines but rather favours curves, and has a marked preference for that most beautiful of curves – the spiral.

  2. Twisting Foot and Musculoskeletal Pain: Root's Biomechanical Model vs Rothbart's Neurophysiological Model

    by Brian A Rothbart PhD

    There are two distinct theoretical models that describe the pathomechanics, in a step by step fashion, that link a twisting foot to the development of chronic musculoskeletal pain: ...

  3. Vibromuscular Harmonisation

    by Mark G. Lester

    The Vibromuscular Harmonisation Technique (VHT) is a new bodywork technique developed by Jock Ruddock and inspired by such disciplines as Aikido, Bowen Technique, Tai Chi, Cranio-S...

  4. Vibromuscular Harmonisation

    by Mark G. Lester

    The Vibromuscular Harmonisation Technique (VHT) is a new bodywork technique developed by Jock Ruddock and inspired by such disciplines as Aikido, Bowen Technique, Tai Chi, Cranio-S...

  5. Walking - The Good Way

    by G Ravishankar

    Psychologists claimed that communication among human beings is 7% verbal, 30% toe and 55% body language. Whether these figures are correct or not, it's plain that we speak with our...

  6. Walking and the Mind

    by Joel Carbonnel

    Joel Carbonnel looks at the benefits of walking for the mind. Walking has been shown to slow the rate of memory loss and keep the mind sharp.

  7. Walking with your Iliopsoas Muscle

    by Liz Koch

    The author explains the importance of maintaining a supple, well-functioning iliopsoas muscle, and has written a book on the subject.

  8. What is a Sprain?

    by Tanya Milne

    A Sprain is when the Ligament(s) at a joint (any joint) are injured. The Ligament’s job in the body is to support the internal organs and join Bone to other Bone. They restrict mo...

  9. What is Sciatica?

    by Tanya Milne

  10. What is Tennis Elbow?

    by Tanya Milne

    Tennis Elbow is an overuse condition/injury which is generally located on the outside of the elbow joint. The medical name for this condition is Lateral Epicondylitis.

  11. What The Neck!

    by Joel Carbonnel

    This article focuses on the neck, its structure, function and treatment. Our neck, the author explains, is a relatively stiff but fidgety structure: it moves about 600 times an hou...

  12. When in Doubt Ask!

    by Marjorie Brook

    Asking questions, for some reason, is very difficult for most people. The problem is we either feel we do not have the right to question, after all we do not want to insult the pers...

  13. Who is Afraid of Beauty?

    by Joel Carbonnel

    If you had to sit down to reinvent the wheel I bet you would end up with a round thing, not a square. It's elementary – round wheels work, square ones don't. Well, to be honest I'v...

  14. Yawning Your Head Off

    by Joel Carbonnel

    Joel Carbonnel gets into yawning – a contagious, communicable, infectious practice, quickly affecting others. He also looks into the art of this gesture and what triggers it.

  15. Your Body is Being Shaped by Your Shoes

    by Katy Bowman

    Shoes are shaping the humans who wear them - and not for the better. Stiff ankles, tight calves, bunions, and hammer toes. Each of these ailments can be directly linked to what kind...

  16. Zen-Bodytherapy

    by Sula Thomas-Forero

    Zen-bodytherapy is a system of bodytherapy and somatic education whose goals are to align and balance the structure, function and energy of the body.

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