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by Clare Chapman, @PrimalPosture For many people, there’s nothing nicer now than a good pedicure, or a foot massage to...

Back pain can be debilitating and cause sensitivity around the body, not just in the affected area. As such, it can be difficult...

Latest findings suggest UK desk workers receive woefully inadequate training and support – which could lead to potentially widespread...

By Clare Chapman @primalposture Stretching forms a part of most sports and fitness workouts. People often ask why hamstrings...

According to BackCare, the UK’s national back pain charity, back pain is now experienced by one quarter of secondary school...

Your feet form the foundation of the body. It is from these 52 bones, 66 joints, 214 ligaments and 38 muscles that we are...

When you live a sedentary lifestyle (working at a desk, minimal exercise) it can really, really mess with your body. Your...

According to BackCare, the UK’s national back pain charity, back pain is now experienced by one quarter of secondary school...

Spare a thought this September for the 250,000 or so UK primary school teachers returning to their classrooms. Tiny chairs,...

One of the most welcome things about beating back pain is getting back to the pleasure of gardening and growing your own...

Varifocals or graded lenses are a very practical solution to the common problems of middle-aged eyesight, allowing you to...

Sports injuries are sometimes a case of bad luck, other times it could be attributed to overdoing it. Then of course there...

The lighter evenings are a boon for runners – like my sister and nephew, who are training for their first 10k charity...

Is your neck trying to tell you something? Do you have tension, headaches, tight, burning shoulder muscles, or ‘gritty’...

Recently retired and pursuing their passion for ‘Strictly’ and the dance floor, a couple signed up last year to take...

A better appreciation of our evolutionary design and biology, or tapping into an ‘ancestral health blueprint’, could...

From time to time I enjoy going to the gym to train with weights (great for bone density!) and I’ve also noticed over the...

Clare Chapman is a postural health and Yoga teacher here in Bristol. This is the third of her guest features and is part...

Clare Chapman is a postural health and Yoga teacher in Bristol. This is the second of her guest features and is part of her...

The body is a curious device. I write this as I’ve returned from the chiropractor having initially booked an appointment...

Clare Chapman is a postural health and Yoga teacher here in Bristol. I’ve invited her to write a number of features around...

Pilates was developed by Joseph Pilates, who moved from Germany to New York in 1920. The Universal Reformer has been developed...