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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Protected: A Calf Stretch is a Calf Stretch…Or is it?

I recently posted a series of photos on my social media, photos showing various ways one could perform a calf stretch. In each of the photos there are several variables and variations. In each instance, even though your goal might be the same, the outcome might be different. My reason for postin Continue Reading...

Happy New Year

[caption id="attachment_1792" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The sun sets on 2017[/caption] For me, 2017 was a year of unprecedented personal and business growth. I broke out of my comfort zone on the video front (still a work in progress - teaching a room full of people is WAY easier than teac Continue Reading...

How to Hip Hinge

This is the second-to-last blog for 2017 and I thought I'd revisit the exercise posts from the beginning and throw another one in. At the beginning of this year, I started blog posts with some basic exercises, found easily in any of Katy Bowman's books, but sometimes seeing them in different pict Continue Reading...

Can Your Discs Slip? (and other questions about Disc Herniation)

Years ago I was teaching a client on the reformer when I suggested she try the Short Spine for the first time. She looked at me with horror and said “I can’t do that - I have a herniated disc!” Now it was my turn to look at her with horror as my mind raced - had I seen any signs of this si Continue Reading...

Moving Through Life’s Challenges Part 2 – Inclement Weather

[caption id="attachment_1747" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Forest bathing in the winter[/caption] I live in Canada and it’s November (woke up to snow for the first time this winter on Nov.10), so I deal with inclement weather for around 5 months of the year. Most of that time, it’s just c Continue Reading...