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It is guaranteed that within the first few minutes of any Barre class that you will be asked to ‘tendu’ which is a fancy (French) way of saying ‘stretch your foot’ or pointe. The common cue is ‘point your toes’ but this is where we often come unstuck. Often clients curl toes in an effort...
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Repetitive movement patterns cause stress to build up in our bodies, whether it be long periods of sitting or training for a marathon. The gradual build up can lead to injury and chronic pain if left unmanaged. The build up can be very sneaky and often first presents itself as an acute injury that seemingly...
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‘Dormant Butt Syndrome’ is a phrase used by physiotherapists and exercise professionals to describe the modern day problem of butt muscles that simply don’t want to wake up. While the thought of our derrières being a bit sleepy can be self-deprecatingly endearing, it is important to know that our gluteal muscles play an integral part...
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