Posture and the Pelvis: Part One

By Britt Van Hees “In all nature structure determines function” - William Herbert Sheldon, father of somatotyping “Form and function are a unity, two sides of a coin” - Ida P. Rolf, biochemist and fascial genius “Conjunction junction, what’ […] Continue Reading

Oh coccyx, my coccyx!

By Britt Van Hees If you don’t know what or where your coccyx is, count yourself lucky.  This little bone can make quite a ruckus when it's not happy, often called coccydynia.  The coccyx, or tailbone, is […] Continue Reading

Calling Bull*!@# on Science

By Elizabeth Akincilar-Rummer How many times have you heard a journalist say something like, “Researchers report a significant breakthrough...”, “Groundbreaking research shows... “, or “According to a new scientific study…”? The news constantly bombards us with “research” or “studies” […] Continue Reading