I absolutely love doing one to one sessions and helping my clients to move better, feel better and have a genuinely more upgraded version of themselves when they leave. And giving them the knowledge to be able to look after themselves. To know how to alleviate pain- what to do and how to do it. To understand their own body so they actually have the tools to make a difference. For me, It’s listening to the client, observing, feeling - and letting their body tell me what’s going on- I just love my work. I am genuinely so passionate about what I do and why- even after 28 years of teaching, still love every day, every session and I am blessed with wonderful clients 💕 #gratitude#lovemyjob#pilates#pilateslovers#injuries#rehabilitation#hips#pelvis#sijoint#restore#release#happy#clients@merrithew@franklinmethod#bodywork
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Lorenzo has always been an active individual throughout his life and has played in many sports including 🏈⚽️🏋🏻🚴🏻. .
With his experience and knowledge acquired through the WCCMT program, he can help prepare you for your everyday demands 🙌🏻
1 1223 minutes ago
You are not broken.
When pain 🔥⚡️is felt, it’s your body’s way of requesting for change 💆🏻♂️💆🏻
Changing how you view pain is the first step for rehabilitation 👊🏻
Ryan decided to become an RMT after having completed his undergrad at UBC, majoring in kinesiology 🙌🏻. .
He completed his RMT certification at WCCMT and has a wealth of knowledge in theoretical and practical education 😎
Ryan is always striving to be the best therapist he can be, to bring the best possible collaborative care to you all 💆🏻♂️💆🏻
Glad to have you on the team 👊🏻
1 2144 minutes ago
Injuries can occur in sports, but inactivity is the silent killer 💯
Movement is the key 🔑 to living a pain-free life 👌🏻
Don’t forget to register for this month’s CEU while you still can! Next Thursday, January 25th we will have a course on 🔹Assessment and Intervention with Adolescent Patients🔹 taught by Irene Little (MS, MA, LCDC, ICADC, ADC III, MAC, CCC-SLP) CEO & Clinical Director!
State Counselor licensure and SubstanceAbuse Facility licensure requires maintaining continuing education on specific topics and we are thrilled to offer these courses at Access Counseling Group. Give us a call today to find out more. 📲972.694.4698
Course will be held from 9AM – 11AM at our Plano office.
2600 K Ave #102 Plano, TX 75074
Footwork is so important to take care of them...they are what support us during all day... and having imbalances can cause pain on knees, hips and even shoulder problems. So this is some excersices you can do using a little band. It will optimize the alignment and strength of your entire body. 👣Corrects leg, foot and ankle alignment.
👣Strengthened the muscles in your hips, legs, ankles and feet.
👣Helps to create more stability and balance in the body. 👣There are over 200,000 nerve endings at the bottom of your feet. 👣 At the beginning of a session activates these nerves and warms up your feet and ankles, helping ensure that you have a more effective workout.
👣Single leg variations can aid in correcting asymmetries between the right and left side of the body. 👌🏻😉The last excersice, is great to work on your balance! This is from @centrodepoder 🇲🇽 I had learned a lot from Candia, She had studied a lot of human body movement! Thank you 🙏🏼 for all your knowledge and wonderful tips for better movement! #healingwithpilates@functionfabulous another great instructor with so much information! And @zaynagold for creating this: healing with Pilates!! Follow them every Thursday new theme! #pilates#pilatesmat#pilatescommunity#beactive#fitnesswomen#joypilatesbyfernanda#pilatesmove#pilatesbarre#footwork#fitness#rehabilitation
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#tbt The 2010 Ballinger Award recognized architect John Volk’s 1935 Neoclassical home, La Tonteria. Its extensive rehabilitation took over 3 years to complete, but ultimately preserved a landmark property with a prominent ocean facing east façade.
💊💉 Did a live feed on my FB page about PAWS Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome today. Having a rough go of it right now. Protracted withdrawals SUCK. Also known as PAWS Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome. If you stopped a substance, benzos, opiates antidepressants, anti-anxiety meds, alcohol, heroin, or other addictive substances or meds, you can be affected. PAWS can last for years in some people. It can start 6 to 18 months after your last pill or use of a substance. My PAWS waves hit about every 6 to 8 weeks, some worse than others. This current one is a rough one. So how do I deal with it and try to stay sane?? Here are a few of the challenges of Protracted Withdrawals.... Attacks of anxiety
Sudden mood swings
Lack of motivation
Inability to concentrate
Fluctuating energy levels
Difficulty in solving problems and thinking clearly
I also experience very blue moods for about 3 days where I cry at anything, I can't focus or concentrate on even simple things like washing the dishes or laundry, and my sex drive skyrockets.
Here's info talking about PAWS. I am not connected with this facility, just sharing their article:
Join me on my FB page, #ONEBEAUTIFULHOTMESS page and my new group #SquashTheStigma where we talk about cannabis as a viable medical option and how to change hearts and minds.
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness month! We are grateful for your support of our human trafficking response program, enabling us to continue its great success — 47 graduates of our rehabilitation home in Nepal have started their own businesses. This is one of our primary goals, to give our girls futures of hope and redemption. We are honored to stand with you for our girls' protection and freedom! Visit our @she_has_hope profile link to learn more. Photo by @ktrap.