Shoulder mobility is taken for granted, and who more than I would know, having suffered due to my negligence. My pain threshold being pretty high, I simply disregarded the fact that we are not meant to live in pain. Simply because that’s the only joint that can pivot a full circle, move in all directions, we think it’s capable of just about anything. The rotator cuff allows your arm to move up/down/sideways and perform all your tasks almost subconsciously. Read More
Functional training is all about creating, maintaining and/or increasing the capability of your body to do its daily tasks pain free. I am often asked what kind of exercise do I follow. When I say, “Functional Training” people are a bit confused. They often turn around and reconfirm, “Means yoga right? Read More
Who needs an excuse to eat chocolates right? But I will give you a perfect reason to intensify the chocolate pleasure.…they are extremely good for the skin.
Cacao the main ingredient in dark chocolate has all the benefits. So when you pick up a chocolate that says 60% or 80% cacao, you know the amount of benefits going in. The rest is ofcourse milk and sugars which is the indulgence part of it. Read More
Have you ever seen a bug upturned on its back? The scare of being a dead bug, feeling completely vulnerable it untiringly moves its legs in an effort to turn over. The only survival chance it has.
Let’s say dead bugs do that for you too. It is the easiest way to ascertain the workability of various parts of your body. In doing the dead bugs you will come to know your weakest areas. Read More
An interesting discovery for me as I began reiterating my journey towards better health was the term Neurokinetic therapy. Neurokinetic Therapy is used to assist movement, reimburse strength and help in achieving pain free movements Read More
We have to accept that technology (computers, laptops, mobile phones) has gifted us the cervical issues that most of us face, age no bar. It’s not just the 9 to 5 desk jobbers that have this but even the children and the elderly. Read More
We have often heard that negative emotions contribute to most illnesses, fatigue and depression. Dr. Susan Babel, a known psychologist has tried to co-relate continuous and chronic pain experienced in different parts of our body to various emotional states that we can go through. Read More
Calcification (Calcific tendonitis)! I hadn`t even heard of it. Then google was God and encyclopedia. As I read I realized, it has absolutely nothing to do with calcium intake. Read More
I wasn`t one of those stronger women that I often admired, brilliantly managing their houses and career, always looking as if they walked out of a Vogue shoot. Read More