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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Movement Matters Retreat – Seed to Cider, River to Sea

On September 23/24, 2017, I took part in the first Movement Matters Retreat, with Nutritious Movement's Katy Bowman. Finnriver Farm co-founder Crystie Kisler hosted the first day at her wonderful apple farm. Crystie also joined us for the retreat, moving right along with us in the Katy-led class Continue Reading...

The Dread Computer Head (and Neck)

On today's blog, two more questions, this time regarding head/neck and upper back. Q1: how to you overcome computer hunch? And turtle head (maybe more neck but I had to believe if shoulders are aligned then neck is aligned?) Q2. Why that knot seems to develop in between my shoulder blades and Continue Reading...

Breastfeeding and the Shoulder

I put out a call on my Facebook page (link) asking for questions about shoulder related issues and I got a lot of really great questions. I can only answer these questions with the limited knowledge and training that I have and thus these are by no means definitive answers, but they might help to Continue Reading...

Scapulae: How Wide is Wide Enough?

Last post (link) I spoke of the relationship between the scapula (shoulder blade) and the humerus (arm bone) and that it would be nice if they had a supportive relationship so that the arm could have full range of motion without damage to the tissues (muscles/tendons/nerves/blood vessels) of the sho Continue Reading...

Is Your Rotator Cuff in an Abusive Relationship?

On Shoulders and Shoulder Anatomy

If I said “point to your shoulder” you’d probably point to the top of your arm and you’d be correct, that is what is typically thought of as the shoulder joint. Technically this is called the Glenohumeral joint. The bone of the upper arm is the Humerus, the socket it sits in is the Glenoid F Continue Reading...