Posture & Back

Pelvic Girdle pain during Pregnancy

Pelvic Girdle pain during Pregnancy

What is Pelvic Girdle Pain? Get great guidance from new Resident Osteopath at Shine, Newington Green, Elodie Bridelance...

How to Heal from Belly Gap or DRA

How to Heal from Belly Gap or DRA

Expert Advice from Resident Physiotherapist and Belly Balance Expert Magda Krzysik at Shine, Stoke Newington Holistic Health Centre   Belly Gap, is a Whole-Body Imbalance Belly Gap (Diastasis Recti Abdominis – DRA) is the unnatural distancing of the halves of the rectus abdominis muscle (the six-pack muscle) from each other...

How To Work a Demanding Desk Job and Not End Up in Pain

How To Work a Demanding Desk Job and Not End Up in Pain

Dealing with Desk Job Aches, improving posture and finding workable solutions at Shine, Stoke Newington Church Street with Sarah Warman, Alexander Technique Practitioner.

What Do You DO When You Feel Pain?

What Do You DO When You Feel Pain?

What do you do? Maybe rub it. Maybe pop a pill. Possibly have a little stretch...

Pain free Posture for Parents

Pain free Posture for Parents

There are many expected joys of being a parent: your baby’s first smile, first words, first steps, first day at school and so on...

The Facts of Fascia

The Facts of Fascia

What is it? What does it do? Fascia is an embryonic tissue often called connective tissue, in the form of a web-like, three dimensional matrix that intertwines, surrounds, protects and supports every other structure of the human body...

Anatomy in Motion

Anatomy in Motion

  Something new is coming to Shine on the Green...

Winter posture alert!

Winter posture alert!

Did you know that the weather can affect your posture? As we head into the colder season, it is worth thinking about the subtle changes we all tend to make to our posture as the temperature drops...

Top 10 Tips for new Parents to look after their backs

Top 10 Tips for new Parents to look after their backs

When picking up your baby or child, get as close to them as possible (drop the sides of the cot down where possible), bend your knees, keep your back straight, tighten your stomach muscles, avoid twisting and then use your thigh muscles to stand up...

Ouch, my back!

Ouch, my back!

  Ouch, my back!   As an Osteopath, I am used to hearing about all manner of ailments...

Back to healthy back

Back to healthy back

Most of us have experienced the ordeal. It can be annoying, limiting and debilitating...