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Mind – Body Connection

Mind-body Connection: Emotional to Physical Pain It is becoming more and more apparent just how important our thinking is in creating a healthy body, and how much it adds to muscular tension and how we perceive aches and pains. How does this happen, how can thinking...

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Pelvic Floor Muscles

What are Pelvic floor muscles? The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles at the bottom of the pelvis supporting the pelvic organ which include bladder, uterus and bowel. They also play an important role in maintaining pelvis stability. This is a group of muscles...

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Nerve Pain in the Feet

Our feet are subject to a lot of stress in ski boots and in many types of footwear. They are compressed into shoes, or onto toes as in the case of high heels, as well as dynamically working to provide contact between you and the ground. Compressed or irritated nerves...

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Nerve pain and cold weather

Have you noticed how the cold weather brings on your aches and pains? Some people can tell when it is going to rain! The nerves are sensitive to pressure, and that may mean barometric pressure as well. They are sensitive to tight muscles, scar tissue, stiffness in and...

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Shoulder pain and muscular imbalance

The shoulder joint is an extremely mobile joint relying on muscular balance for good strength and movement. The muscles from the arm bone attach to the shoulder blade and to the ribs. The rib cage and shoulder blades are the scaffolding for the shoulder. So how they...

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Abdominal Strengthening – core

What is the core? Really....? The core comprises of 4 muscles; the pelvic floor, transversus abdominus, deep multifidus and the diaphragm. If you think of a barrel connecting our upper and lower body, that is the cylinder these muscles form. Their job is to transfer...

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Feet and Ankles

Headache and Jaw

Hips and Pelvis


Mind and Body

Neck Pain and Mobility

Nerve Pain





Spinal Pain

Sports Injury


Thoracic Rings (Ribs)

Yoga Therapy

Physio Therapy Yoga

Physio Therapy Yoga combines evidence-based Physiotherapy with the holistic practices of Yoga to help you heal from recurrent injury and/or persistent pain.