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Friday, 18 November 2016

Golf Swing - how Pilates ...

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How is your Golf Swing? If your anything like our local pro's, it's an ongoing skills that can take years to perfect and finesse and you never really stop learning. Did you know, the biggest movement in your golf swing happens in the rotational plane, however the majority of us…
Sunday, 06 November 2016

Pilates for Dancers: why ...

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Why is Pilates for dancers? Dancers generally have a great understanding of their bodies, how they can move what they can do. But - there is always room for improvement, Pilates was originally developed for dancers as a method of full body conditioning, readying them for the rogues of dance!…
Sunday, 06 November 2016

BPS Tensegrity: we are no...

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... 'you're not like normal Physios!' - says every BPS Tensegrity client! At BPS, we continually strive to be different from just your everyday Physiotherapy practice, it’s one of the reasons why we achieve such amazing results for our clients! While in conversation with a client regarding why our practice…
Thursday, 03 November 2016

Barre Classes...

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"Change happens through movement and movement heals"Joseph Pilates Every few years a new fitness fad rolls into town on shiny wheels promising a full body safe workout that will make you feel good and look better. Barre Classes seem to be yet another example of hype and marketing and glossy…
Monday, 31 October 2016

Sports Physiotherapist, d...

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At BPS we often get asked "what is the difference between a Sports Physiotherapist and a regular Physiotherapist" and our answer is always the same. You can think of a Sports Physiotherapist like a specialist in, yep you guessed it, sports! While this may seem obvious, it is important to…
Sunday, 30 October 2016

Pregnancy Symptoms - how ...

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Pregnancy can be an incredibly exciting time for both new mums and dads alike, that is, when the mum to be isn't battling unpleasant pregnancy symptoms! All to often what should be an enjoyable and happy time in a mothers life, turns out to be just plain uncomfortable. Here are…
Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Physiotherapist - when mi...

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It never ceases to surprise me how many people are unaware of the benefits of seeing a Physiotherapist. Moving well is not just important for sport, moving well is a part of life, & unfortunately 'it's not a birth right'. In my opinion a great Physiotherapist is two things; Physiotherapist…
Saturday, 22 October 2016

Yoga Teachers: what is al...

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Half way through my yoga teachers training course with HYA Yoga, I’m so excited that I want to share my amazing experience with you in a blog article. As a Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor and Massage Therapist, even though I strongly believe we never stop learning, I feel pretty confident with…
Monday, 17 October 2016

Pilates Classes: What cla...

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As Pilates Instructors we often get asked 'what Pilates Classes are right for me?' and really the best answer is, it's different for everyone! It depends on your goals, your past experiences with Pilates, your skill level, your personality and the personality of your instructor and a whole host of…
Saturday, 08 October 2016

Exercise With Kids - inge...

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Are you finding it hard to get motivated or find the time to exercise with kids? We all know life can get a little crazy at times with work, house work, kids sports, homework and finding the time exercise with kids can get, well…hard! But exercising doesn’t need to be…
Monday, 03 October 2016

Touch Baby...

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Knowing how to touch your new baby may seem obvious, but there is much more to this ancient artform than meets the eye. The simple definition of Touch from the Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary is “To put your hands, fingers, etc, on someone or something To be in contact with (something)…
Saturday, 24 September 2016

Back Pain: why is it so i...

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Back pain is an increasingly 'common' symptom in a wide variety of the populations. From adults to kids, male to female, active to sedentary it seems this insidious and costly symptom is increasingly creeping into our daily lives and very few people actually know what to do to get rid…
Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Colic, Gassy Baby? This w...

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A baby with colic, or a gassy baby can create a significant amount of distress within the whole family unit, therefore it is extremely significant to understand why it happens and how the parents can support their baby. Firstly it’s important to underline that baby gas is uncomfortable but generally…
Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Connect Therapy: A perspe...

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I am a movement fanatic, so when I heard about Connect Therapy, I had to experience it for myself to see if it was all it is hyped up to be! I found quiet a few similarities between Connect Therapy and Yoga! In yoga teachings, there is a concept known…
Thursday, 01 September 2016

Bonding With Baby...

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The words bonding with baby and attachment together, describe the beautiful and innate relationship that naturally exists between a parent and their child. It includes the deep non-verbal emotional communication between them. The creation of a secure attachment for the child is extremely important for his/her mental, physical, emotional, intellectual…
Wednesday, 31 August 2016

The Dad Bod - Hot or Not?...

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The best way to describe The Dad Bod... "The dad bod says, 'I go to the gym occasionally, but I also drink heavily on the weekends and enjoy eating eight slices of pizza at a time.' It's not an overweight guy, but it isn't one with washboard abs, either." It's…
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