Jane Johnson addresses the anterior tilt in the pelvis describing effective and innovative ways to correct it, from both a therapist and client perspective.
Postural assessment of the pelvis poses difficult questions. In this post massage therapist Jane Johnson, MCSP, MSc identifies and answers a common question.
Expert therapist and author of Postural Correction Jane Johnson gives advice on how to prevent and treat knee hyperextension for hypermobile populations.
Most yoga injuries are minor, however occasionally significant injuries can also occur. Recently these types of injuries have been getting as much coverage as the health benefits millions of people experience from yoga. In the new book Yoga Therapy, authors Kristen Butera and Staffan Elgelid have put together some tips on how best to avoid yoga injuries. Continue reading “How to avoid yoga injuries”
Less than a decade ago, myofascial release (MFR) was little known in the UK or Europe in either the therapy or research fields. Nowadays most gyms have foam rollers or rumble rollers. If this isn’t enough, people are going to see sport and massage therapists, such as Human Kinetics author, Ruth Duncan.
The International Science and Sports Medicine Conference 2016 will take place at Newcastle University from the 31st August until the 2nd September. In addition to sports science and sports medicine, this year’s event will also include talks on physiotherapy and strength and conditioning. Leading international speakers will present the latest evidence and encourage discussion and interaction. Tickets are still available to buy from the event website. Subscribe to our newsletters Every month Human Kinetics produces three unique email Newsletters, packed with great articles, events and news, plus information on our latest resources and exclusive reader offers. They’re completely free and if … Continue reading International Sports Science and Sports Medicine Conference 2016