All of our yogis could do the Tree pose beautifully, so we started reminding them to tree while dancing – especially after back steps and pivots. Everyone could do this, and it made them stronger, lighter, and smoother.
Sports Physiologist Eric Cressey is focused on low back pain. In this interview he debunks standard diagnostic and physiotherapy techniques. Dr. Kelly Starrett is focused on functional fitness, being a “durable person” who can continue to “move the way you want as you age”. Here are the recommendations I found innovative and useful for dancers as lifetime athletes.
Sebastian Hill has resolved both long-term chronic muscle problems and muscle injuries in very rapid treatments. He resolved years of debilitating pain in my hip in two sessions and, for a friend, weeks of severe shoulder pain in one session. The method he uses is Liebscher-Bracht Therapie. https://www.hill-therapiepraxis.de/ He is a physiotherapist, who can accept […]
Yogatoes are widely used by ballerinas to manage foot pain. They exercise the tiny muscles of your toes so that your feet work better to support your body. Where to order: