Two unbelievably simple biohacks that you should do which will change your life.
Becoming aware of the state of your “BodyMind”, is learning to recognize when the body has gone into a stress response (sympathetic). There are detectable physiological changes that are indicators....
Oftentimes what makes an athlete a superstar isn’t how high they jump, how fast they run or how hard they hit... it’s their ability to perform under pressure and how they take care of their body.
Drinking enough water each day is imperative to regulate body temperature, lubricated fascia and joints, prevent infections, deliver nutrients to cells, and keep organs functioning properly.
Being overweight is bad for connective tissue. In order to keep the fascia as healthy as possible, excess weight should be avoided.
There are other micronutrients that are important for healthy fascia in addition to vitamin C. Trace minerals serve many functions.
Vitamin C is also very important for the production of collagen and elastin. It is a basic requirement for the formation of tight collagen fibers and inhibits the breakdown of collagen and elastin.
Fascia is the connective tissue that keeps muscles, organs and bones in shape and structural support. Diet plays a vital role in the health of the fascia.
We created a platform for our patients to connect to the wisdom of their own bodies as a companion to their treatments in the clinic.
Rest Days have mechanical, metabolic and mental benefits...Depending on training intensity and overall volume, taking rest day(s) are essential to both injury prevention and to athletic performance.
Wondering what “Embodied” and “Somatic” mean and how it can benefit you? Read our Q&A below with Anne to learn more about how she works and how she applies her Somatic education and practice to (se)® Pilates sessions.
How many times have you thought about how your joints may affect the pain you may be experiencing? First let’s talk about what exactly a joint is: