Get a massage to feel better

Get a massage to feel better

Why should I get a massage? There are a few answers to this question, but I’ll start with one – you actually don’t need to have a reason! Getting a massage is, for most people, an enjoyable experience and you don’t need to be injured or suffering before you choose to come for a treatment.…

E-Learning: How to Avoid Tech Neck

E-Learning: How to Avoid Tech Neck

Is your child connected to a phone, computer, or tablet during and after school? Think about it. Many of us aren’t more than an arm’s length from our phone at any time (even when we are sleeping).  Spending time every day looking down at our devices can place a lot of stress on the supporting…

How to help your kids get the right posture

How to help your kids get the right posture

As students worldwide return to school, it’s likely many will be e-learning in some capacity for hours each day on their digital devices. While our devices can be fantastic tools for entertainment and education, the postural effects are something all parents should be aware of. For many students, e-learning may increase neck, mid-back, and low…

How to fix a poor workstation at home

How to fix a poor workstation at home

You must tailor your workstation to you rather than force yourself into awkward postures on the sofa or kitchen table or you will develop pain in the neck, shoulders and back. Stress can also cause tight muscles in the shoulder and neck so, where possible, create a separate work area where you can concentrate and…

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Top five exercises to prevent neck and shoulder pain and backaches whilst working from home

Working from home?  Bad workstation? Getting neck and backaches? Try our new Home Posture Workout. These simple exercises done in a few minutes a day can stop aches and pains. Working from your sofa or from your kitchen table might seem like a good idea however, this can lead to postural pain and potentially cause…

Mind your posture – carers, care for your backs with a free check up

Mind your posture – carers, care for your backs with a free check up

There are currently around 140,000 thousand carers in East and West Sussex with the figure set to rise to 180,000 by 2037[1]. For many carers physical activity such as lifting is a significant part of their daily routine. However, not all carers will be aware of their back health when looking after someone. Although paid…

7 Steps to Combat Lower Back Pain in Pregnancy

7 Steps to Combat Lower Back Pain in Pregnancy

Looking for top tips to prevent back pain in pregnancy or treat pregnancy pain? We may just have the answer. 1. Improve your posture during pregnancy If you are getting back pain in pregnancy the best advice is to try and maintain the best posture that you can. The change in your centre of balance…

Improve Posture with Dynamic Stretches

Improve Posture with Dynamic Stretches

Dynamic stretches after exercise is very important, not only to prevent muscle soreness the next day but to also allow the muscles to realign and not remain tight following exertion. However, you should also use dynamic stretches even without doing any physical activity writes  guest contributer and Brighton based personal trainer, Lucy Howlett. Due to…