Taking the Workshop Exercises to the Table

As I work closely with the many different clients that come to…

How Attending One Workshop Helped Woman Relieve Sciatica

Teaching my Gabler Alignment Method workshop on the Cape last…

Parkinson's and Myofascial Release

Several clients with Parkinson's Disease have come into my practice lately. Each person's symptoms are different and each presents in the early stages of the disease/or are progressing slowly.

How Upper Back Pain Relates to Postural Core Collapse

A client complained of a chronic burning in the upper trapezius,…

How Sciatica Pain Relates to the Postural Core (Deep Front Line)

Usually, sciatica pain stems from compression at lumbar4 or lumbar…

Stabilization: Core and Beyond

The new research is out and presented in a clear, concise way…

How the inner arch lift and support affects bone spurs

My client has a bone spur on the top of her foot right above…

Working with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Hypermobility Type

Working with this particular syndrome is challenging because…

You Pay The Price When You Do Not Do Everyday Movements in Alignment

I am experiencing what happens when I do not do my gym routine exercises in alignment.

Hypomobility in Joint Structure

I have been noticing in my private practice that many people who show up in my office are hypomobile or ligamentous. This means that the joints are too flexible: the ligaments are lax and tend toward too much mobility.