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Pumpkin Eyes (and Pelvic Floors)
As I explain deeply in Move Your DNA, our bodies are casted not only by what we do, but by what we don't do. For example, many of us have "casted" the ciliary muscles of our eyes through exceptionally high amounts of close-looking (computers, smart phones, iPads, books, the walls of our homes, offi READ MORE
Floor bored.
The following is a short list of the most challenging things I have done with my body.  1. Half marathon 2. Triathalon 3. Natural birth 4. Vipassana meditation course 5. Laying plank wood floors Only one of these have thoroughly kicked my a$$, and only one of these I SWEAR I WILL NEVER D READ MORE
Thinking outside the (classroom) chair.
Change isn't easy, or pain-free, or even without consequences, but still, it needs to happen in many areas of our lives. In light of the research on the negative impact sitting has on our health, how loads to the body shape human development, and recent insights into stillness, learning, and the READ MORE
Is alignment work scary?
I had a great Twitter exchange with a woman starting on her alignment journey, and because both she and I could imagine others having a similar experience, she's allowed me to share it. You can tweet her a thank you if you'd like. She wrote: @alignedandwell I've been toe stretching & backin READ MORE
Putting All Your Eggs in One Comment Basket
Hi. It’s me and I’m back, but since I’ve only been back for a couple of weeks I’m not really back, if you know what I mean. Also, we just bought our first house and it’s 100 years old and there’s a lot of work to do so I’ve been busy. Also also: the new website. That took more time READ MORE
Taking August Off
I’m tired. Like really tired. Like, more tired than I was when I had a newborn tired. And I was really tired when I had a newborn. This is a list of all the work projects I’ve been doing since January: 1. Wrote Move Your DNA: Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement Actually I wrot READ MORE
Getting Shorter With Age
So, "everyone" gets shorter with age and this phenomenon is usually chalked up to compression over time. It is said that your height decreases because either the discs between your vertebrae have flattened out or, your bone density decreases with age, creating weak bones that can no longer stay upri READ MORE

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