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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Plantar Fasciitis

I recently taught my first Plantar Fasciitis workshop. I asked for people who were currently experiencing PF or who had it in the past. Restorative Exercise gives a different spin on conditions like this because what you need to consider is not only the symptoms and the structures that pay the p Continue Reading...

Car Seat Makeover

I have just wrapped up my 7th Move Your DNA workshop, having taught over 80 people exercises in the book by author (and my teacher) Katy Bowman. Many of those people came to Alignment REScue from far afield, from New York State, Ottawa and area, Kitchener, Niagara. Unfortunately, that involves a lot Continue Reading...

Weird and Unusual Cast Facts

There are few things I recall from wearing a cast 17 years ago when I broke a small bone in the Left foot. The thing that remained with me the most was how wearing a walking boot made my hips unlevel and my back hurt! OH the things I get to look forward to! This time, I was unprepared but very in Continue Reading...

My Relationship with Pain

Remember that saying "No pain, no gain?" that was touted in the heyday of the fitness gym where it was suggested if your workouts didn't result in pain, you weren't trying hard enough and wouldn't benefit as much as you could? There were similar thoughts in the massage and Rolfing worlds, where Continue Reading...

Broken Ankle! (or Here We Go Again)

So most of you know by now, on July 19 during a MovNat class, I took a wrong step and ended up breaking my tibia in two places, and fibula in one (called a tri-malleolar fracture) and dislocated my talus (the upper most bone in the foot which fits snugly between the two aforementioned bones). Ju Continue Reading...