Q: “Does your knee hurt?” A: “Yes.” Q: “Why?” A: “Well, I have a torned ACL while playing soccer/ I have a damaged meniscus/ my leg bones are twisted or because I’m old…”
Christmas means seeing my favorite people! This year – like every year, I will be spending 10 hours in a chair, to me, it means suffering. The chair I’ll be in is not just a normal chair – it’s a airplane chair, to me, it means killing myself slowly, physically, mentally and spiritually. Ya… I HATE […]
Today in class we re-learned walking, because we forget things, and walking is one of them, that one thing even your mother or wife won’t remind you of. When we were walking in the studio, I asked everyone to pay attention to their low back – is it over-arching or over-tucking, and one lady said […]
If you have a floor at home, if you have 2 spare minutes, you better to do this Arch and Flatten movement 200 times every day. Well, my top 3 reasons are: 1. This is my first audio recording I’ve ever done, suggested by my lovely students this morning, so you better appreciate it. 2. […]
This post is about “stop tucking your pelvis”- a very common instruction in yoga, dance, fitness classes. I am taught this way when I’m a student; I used to teach this way for a long time when I became a teacher. Not anymore. What I’m about to write may piss off lots of people, but […]
This video below basically summed up of what I want to say to lots lots of people, especially the part about exercise, but please read my post before you move on to the video. If you work out at a gym for 1 hour a day, everyday, 7 days a week, good for you; If […]
I used to think people only get cold/flu during the 4 months of winter, after living in Halifax for 10 years, I still think people only get cold/flu during only winter, and based on hours of scientific research and years of personal experience, winter lasts the whole year on east coast Canada.
Right angle ≠ correct angle. Right angle = 90-degree angle. Now, why do I hate it? Because I spend most of life in this shape. So do you, you should hate it too. One thing this 90-degree can do to our body is: it shortens our psoas muscles.
How does a patient support person effectively spend 3 hours in a Canadian emergency room without bored oneself to death? Well well well… I listened to Katy’s interview and now I can’t stop checking people out and taking eyes off different bodies. Sounds creepy…