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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Ultimate Guide to the Bunion

[caption id="attachment_1251" align="aligncenter" width="300"] These two photos were taken moments apart, the foot on the left showing the adapted position and the same foot on the right showing the corrected position.[/caption] Have you got a Bunion-in-the-Oven? Most people who sport a bunion Continue Reading...

RES Week #3 – Sequim WA

I just returned from my third week of training with Katy Bowman and her merry band of teachers (and merry they certainly are!). I'm thrilled to announce that I have joined that band of teachers, and I had the privilege (and fear) of teaching the first group class at RES week on this, the last of the Continue Reading...

The Alignment REScue helps the Little RES Q!

People think of casts as a plaster casing that holds a bone and its associated joints in position, usually for the purpose of allowing a bone to heal if it's been broken. The idea is that if the bone is restricted in movement, the bones will have a chance to repair. So we have the idea that a cast i Continue Reading...

Developing a Prenatal Practice

I'm about to embark on my first prenatal class! I feel confident in my abilities to address a pregnant clientele - for one thing I am a mother and have gone through it all two times. My daughters are now 23 and 26 (how did that happen!?) but I remember well both the challenges and the joys. More Continue Reading...

A Time for Reflection

This is traditionally the time when we all make amends for having way too much fun eating and drinking over the holidays. This is a way of thinking that permeates our culture - that of making amends for excess: guilty pleasures followed by contrition. "I'll eat this now and pay for it later," "I' Continue Reading...