Sports and rehabilitation therapy
The fact that our hips act as a central point for the rest of our bodies is often overlooked. Indeed many people will come to me after years of physiotherapy, frustrated that they are still living with their pain but after only a few weeks of careful and targeted stretching, their limbs begin to feel new, strong and more importantly the pain subsides.
Many clients join a class for general fitness and very soon notice that their golf swing has improved, their ability to run longer distances has increased and their focus is greater.
It is a well known fact that many high profile sports men and women include yoga into their training schedule and will testify that it has transformed their performance.
Rehabilitation can also come in the form of a mental workout for sufferers of anxiety, depression or post trauma related symptoms. Through gentle stretching, breathing techniques and relaxation, mindfulness can be practised and carried through to everyday life leaving you feeling relaxed and ready to take on anything.