Posts Tagged "toes pose"

Quick Tip: Do you need to recover from the slopes?

Posted by on Mar 7, 2017 in Bodywork Techniques, Exercises, Stretches

Quick Tip: Do you need to recover from the slopes?

We love helping you hit the slopes harder and recover more quickly — whether it's hands-on in the clinic or through these Quick Tips. Hopefully you enjoyed the benefits of our dynamic stretches before heading to the mountains, and as a result, need to spend even less time in recovery. Still, in this final edition of our snow sports series, we're sharing a compilation of static stretches to target the muscles snowboarding and skiing put to work — and often leave sore.  From that hard-to-reach lower part of your calf, to your sore feet from ski boots, these stretches...

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Quick Tip: Do you know how to loosen up your feet?

Posted by on Dec 21, 2016 in Bodywork Techniques, Exercises, Health and Wellness, Stretches

Quick Tip: Do you know how to loosen up your feet?

This week's quick tip is about loosening up your feet and relieving pain that can typically develop for runners, people who wear high heels, or those who deal with plantar fasciitis. Jenny shows you a few quick ways you can start working out the muscles in your feet daily using a golf ball, foot wheel, or with your hands. Be sure to check out our Toes Pose and Yoga Toes videos on our YouTube channel to learn how to further open up and strengthen your arch. Nothing makes a better stocking stuffer than goodies for your feet! Stop by the clinic, and...

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Quick Tip: Toes Pose

Posted by on Dec 6, 2015 in Health and Wellness, Stretches

Quick Tip: Toes Pose

This week is all about the feet. In this week’s Quick Tip, Psoas therapist Jeremy Galvin talks us through a simple stretch to address plantar fasciitis and soreness on the bottoms of the feet. Plus, we wanted to let you know about an awesome community workshop on shoe fitting we’re co-presenting on December 10th with our friends at A Runner’s Mind. A poor fitting shoe can cause all sorts of problems from repetitive stress injuries in the legs to lower back pain, so if you haven’t thought about your shoes lately, start thinking about ’em! Check out the details on...

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