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Category Dancing

Nutrition For Healing… Fuel Your Recovery!

Depending on your stage of recovery and type/severity of injury, different fuel sources and nutrients will be necessary for a speedy recovery. Read on to find out what your body might need as you move through your recovery journey!

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Don’t Forget To Train Both Sides

Are you training your 'bad' side? Or are you only training your favourite side? I could never perfect that combo on my bad side like I can on my good side, so why bother right?!

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Preparation & Recovery

Did you know that important soft tissue changes and responses are happening during rest time? Respect it!

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P.E.A.C.E. & L.O.V.E.

If you've ever done a First Aid course, you've heard of R.I.C.E.R. as an injury management protocol immediately following acute trauma. But that's old news now! Now, we preach P.E.A.C.E. & L.O.V.E.!

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These Bad Habits Are Killing Me!

Habits are not changed by shouting at yourself to change

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Listen To Your Body

As we get settled into our training routines after a year of so many false starts, it is important to listen to your body.

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Planning Your Goals

So, we've made it to March. Now what? Keep reading to find out our top 5 tips for setting and achieving your goals this year

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12 Days of Physiomas

On the first day of Christmas my physios said to me...!

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Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis – what does it mean?

Did you know that "Scoliosis" is not actually a diagnosis but, in fact a term used to describe an observed curve and rotation in the spine?

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5 Tips For Safe Return To Aerial & Pole Fitness

Have you ever tried pole dancing? If not, ask yourself why not? Build strength, have fun and keep your body active for life.

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LET’S WRITE A GYM PROGRAM!

THE BASIC STEPS By Andy Haycroft Picture this:  You are sitting at home on the couch two weeks into a quarantine. After the third round of binging the entire series of Brooklyn 99, you are starting to find it just isn’t making you giggle anymore. “Something is wrong” you think to yourself. “What ever will […]

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I am strong because I pole dance!

Have you ever tried pole dancing? If not, ask yourself why not? Build strength, have fun and keep your body active for life.

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Return to Dance – physical loading guidelines returning to the studio post COVID-19

Now, more than ever, is it imperative to bring Sports Science to the Arts to ensure the safety of our dancing athletes.

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NEW! Virtual Fitness & Wellbeing

NEW! Virtual Fitness & Wellbeing

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What’s that Click?

Patients reporting “clicking joints” is a common phenomenon and a common question asked is “why does it click”? We have all the answers for you!

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Dance Fitness and Body Conditioning

There is no such thing as ‘too strong to dance’. Everyone’s body is unique! To prevent an injury or to improve your technique everyone is different.

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Concussion in Circus Arts, Dance & Theatre

Concussions can occur without severe symptoms and they need to be identified immediately in order to limit ongoing issues.

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Warming Up and Keeping Warm

A warm up serves to prepare the body for rehearsal and performance, to prevent injury, and to develop a keener understanding of your own body.

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Angel Wings

Winging shoulder blades are a common problem among dancers and are more commonly referred to as angel wings or chicken wings.

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Pilates: The What and the Why

The Pilates method focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility & breathing. Connecting the body and mind through movement.

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