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A beautifully simple DIY Christmas candleholder by Viennawedekind.com

A beautifully simple DIY Christmas candleholder by Viennawedekind.com

terassi,istutus,kuormalava,Tee itse - DIY,eurolava

terassi,istutus,kuormalava,Tee itse - DIY,eurolava

A Common Cause of Low Back and Sciatic Pain  https://rhvillegas.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/a-common-cause-of-low-back-and-sciatic-pain-the-piriformis/  You can check my illustration or picture at  https://rhvillegas.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/self-myofascial-release-piriformis-muscle/.

A Common Cause of Low Back and Sciatic Pain https://rhvillegas.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/a-common-cause-of-low-back-and-sciatic-pain-the-piriformis/ You can check my illustration or picture at https://rhvillegas.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/self-myofascial-release-piriformis-muscle/.

Do this and you will Never have to Wear Glasses Again - Workout Hit

Do this and you will Never have to Wear Glasses Again - Workout Hit

Yoga Classes Photo Gallery | Breathe Yoga Studio

Yoga Classes Photo Gallery | Breathe Yoga Studio

Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for 30-60 seconds...

Self Trigger Point therapy using tennis ball Self trigger point therapy using a ball. Find a painful spot in the glutes, relax your body into the ball, hold position for 30-60 seconds...

Sciatica Treatment: 13 Feel-Good Hip Openers for Pelvic Pain

Sciatica Treatment: 13 Feel-Good Hip Openers for Pelvic Pain

by Erik Dalton Ph.D. Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS) may generally be described as the weakening and lengthening of the posterior chain of upper-back and neck musculature, and the tightening and shortening of the anterior and opposing musculature. Forward head postures that accompany the Upper Crossed Syndrome (Fig. 1) may result from poor sleeping habits, driving stress, text-neck, whiplash, and faulty breathing patterns. The UCS is based on Dr. Vladimir Janda’s pioneering research work in…

by Erik Dalton Ph.D. Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS) may generally be described as the weakening and lengthening of the posterior chain of upper-back and neck musculature, and the tightening and shortening of the anterior and opposing musculature. Forward head postures that accompany the Upper Crossed Syndrome (Fig. 1) may result from poor sleeping habits, driving stress, text-neck, whiplash, and faulty breathing patterns. The UCS is based on Dr. Vladimir Janda’s pioneering research work in…

What Happens in Vegas... (or do I mean Vagus?) - A quick and easy tip for how to relax and relieve stress!

What Happens in Vegas... (or do I mean Vagus?) - A quick and easy tip for how to relax and relieve stress!

vagus nerve

vagus nerve