Embarking on the journey of pointe work is an exciting milestone for young dancers. However, it is essential to approach this transition with careful preparation and consideration.
Since life began, organisms needed some way of seeking out things that are good (food, light, warmth, a mate) and we’ve developed senses and systems to give us pleasure when we find these things. Think of the way you feel when you get in the… Read more »
Disaster struck on Wednesday 9th of June in Emerald and the surrounding Dandenongs, and in fact large parts of Victoria and New South Wales. This has caused significant clean up effort, with hundreds of trees falling across roads, houses, power-lines and fences. Predictably,
So, back pain! Around 70% of you have or will have a bout of it at some point in your life. It can be super painful or not too bad, but interestingly enough only 1-2% of back pains can be attributed to a structural cause…. Read more »
Physiotherapists have been telling people for years to sit up straight, don’t slouch or you’ll end up damaging your neck, or back or having headaches or something. This all seemed to make logical sense, because (anyone who has spend too long scrolling Facebook or reading… Read more »
Most pregnant women will come into contact with a physiotherapist for one reason or another; commonly due to back or groin pain from pelvic instability around the third trimester, or to hire a TENS unit for pain control during labour, or to assess and rehabilitate… Read more »