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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

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...

Moving Through Life’s Challenges Part 1 – Injury

Often when a new client comes in the door, they are motivated to seek my advice with issues related to chronic pain or injury, and the narrative often goes something like this:   “My chiropractor said I have (x) and I’ve been seeing my osteopath for (y). My massage therapist says I have Continue Reading...

Kid Carrying and the Shoulder

Q: Katy [Bowman] has a video showing how to carry a baby (baby sits on her forearm, not hip) and while I'm amazed at how much more I can carry this last baby after giving up on baby carriers, I could not do it the way she says. She is really tall. My short arms don't fit the baby the same way. I end Continue Reading...

A Long Distance Walk

Part 2 of Seed to Cider, River to Sea (read Part 1 HERE). The second day of the Movement Matters Retreat was a 20 mile walk that started in Sequim Bay State Park, crossed several streams and the Dungeness River, and ended up in Port Angeles at Morse Creek, a frigid cold salmon stream. We woke Continue Reading...