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Flexibility

 

The way in which we approach flexibility nowadays is so very different to the way we used to think about flexibility even 5 years ago.

We now know that flexibility is not solely influenced by muscle tightness but is greatly impacted by other factors, like neural mobility, fascial mobility and other factors like stress. This has helped us to review the way in which we treat flexibility dysfunction and restrictions in the body. Taking an overall approach, tightness is not localised to one area but can be coming from another area in the body, for example, tight hamstrings can be due to neural tension in your neck. 

Tightness Behind The Knees

So many dancers want to know what to do in order to release the tension behind their knees and create a more beautiful line in their leg. We give you the best mobilising exercises to help achieve this effectively.

Is Over-Stretching Bad?

Facebook and Instagram are flooded with photos of dancers performing jaw-dropping leg mounts and back extensions. But what are the positions doing to your body long-term?

What Is Hypermobility?

Hypermobility is a laxity in the connective tissue in the body, most noticeably in the ligaments of a dancer's body. Learn about how to assess the degree of an individual's hypermobility.

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