We are JUMPING with excitement! Our rebounding classes are launching in October! Are you ready to bounce back with us? #bloemphysiofitness #LastingImpressions #funfitness #rebounding #bounceback #trampolinefitness #launchingsoon
Running 101: Run with strong arms and let your hand pass the line of you hip. Remember- running is not doing the twist😉. Avoid rotating the trunk too much with your hands crossing over your chest. More tips to follow. Its Super September! #run #runbiomechanics #bloemphysio #weloverunning #sport #sportphysio
Something new and exciting is launching SOON!⠀ ⠀ Keep an eye on our social media for more info coming soon!⠀ ⠀ #bloemphysiofitness #rebounding #trampolinefitness #pilates #functionalfitness #LastingImpressions
Key elements of Pilates. Head and Neck Alignment Place a small folded towel under your head so your face rests across a horizontal line. Keep the back of your neck long to keep the deep stabilising muscles engaged. Keep your neck rested on the towel, roll your head upwards and back gently to shorten your neck then nod your chin forwards to lengthen the back of your neck. Repeat the movements shortening and lengthening and then rest with the neck in a lengthened comfortable position – your muscles should feel soft and your jaw relaxed. Aim: Incorporate these key elements into your daily life to improve your posture and body alignment awareness.” Join us!!!! #bestrong #befit #beflexible #bepilates #bloemphysio http://www.eastdevonphysio.co.uk/5-key-elements-to-modified-pilates.html Google images.
One of 5 Key elements of Pilates. —-> Shoulder Blade Placement Glide your shoulder blades up towards your ears then down towards your waist, repeat a few times. Keep your shoulders relaxed and lift your arms to shoulder height with your palms facing in. Breathe in and reach up through your finger tips towards the ceiling then draw your shoulder blades back to the mat – then relax your arms to your sides then draw your shoulder blades down and in, in the shape of a V down your spine. Come experience it. #bloemphysio #pilates #bloempilates
EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY A physiotherapist can help you with maintaining a regular exercise routine throughout your pregnancy and this can help you stay healthy and feel your best. It can also improve your posture and decrease some common discomforts like backaches and fatigue. There is research that it may prevent gestational diabetes (diabetes that develops during pregnancy), relieve stress and build more stamina needed for labour and delivery. Speak to your physiotherapist for an exercise programme. We are passionate about helping you with this!