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Bye-Bye Back Pain By Practicing this Simple Back-Opening Breathing Exercise

Reduce Back Pain with this Simple Breathing Exercise

Are You Ready to Take Action and Do Something About Your Back Pain? Back pain can be anywhere along the spine from the tip of your tailbone, all the way up to the base of your skull.  Regardless of where it hurts, or what you’ve done to aggravate it – the truth is, that all […]

Posted by administrator in Back Pain, Breathing.

Helpful Strategies To Reduce Back Pain and Improve Posture

According to the American Chiropractic Association a staggering one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year! Back pain is one of the most common reasons to miss a day of work, and in most cases the cause of the pain is mechanical – meaning poor posture, muscle imbalances, strength, flexibility, […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Alleviating Pain & Chronic Health Problems, Posture Improvement.

Pilates Breathing Tips To Decompress the Spine, Reduce Neck Pain, & Improve Posture

Are your current breathing habits helping you stay healthy, or potentially causing back pain, shoulder pain or neck pain?  Is your current breath pattern helping improve your posture with every breath you take? Breathing is something we take for granted.  It happens automatically to keep us alive.  Inhaling is the first thing we do when […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Alleviating Pain & Chronic Health Problems, Back Pain, Breathing, Pilates, Posture Improvement.

Reduce Back Pain: The Benefits of Breathing as Taught in Pilates

Back Pain is something that affects way too many people these days!  According to the American Chiropractic Association, back pain is the fifth most  common reason for all physician visits in the US, and the most frequent cause of activity limitation in people younger than 45 years old. In fact according to the AMA, 70 […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Back Pain, Breathing, Exercise and Fitness, Pilates Exercises, Techniques & Teaching Tips.