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Proper neck alignment during acitvity and exercise

Proper neck aligment during activity and exercise is essential for anyone, but especially important for those of us with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.  There are many of individuals with EDS, who have longer necks and due to the laxity of our connective tissues,  also suffer from CranioCervical Instability (or CCI).  Therefore, learning proper neck alignment, techniques and exercises to help keep our necks as strong as possible, are essential to our overall health and especially importnat for those of EDS. Here’s an example of how proper neck alignment can easily be overlooked: #EDSFitTip – position of your neck is so important...

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Functional Exercises for EDS

#EDSFitTip – Try focusing on exercises that can work your whole body or what are sometimes called functional exercises. These exercises work the whole body, help with the overall stability of our bodies & help us move with more ease through daily life. This lunge exercise helps strengthen the feet, ankles, legs, core & upper body. However, this variation is a more challenging exercise when done on the foam roller. To modify, either focus on balancing on the foam roller only or performing the lunge on the floor with or without arms. Here’s what to do: 1. Position your...

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#EDSFitTip – the Hip Hinge

#EDSFitTip – the Hip Hinge

(Top left pic is proper form for hip hinge – others are examples of going too far) The “hip hinge” is the perfect natural movement exercise that can be done easily. The point is to feel and learn how to engage the muscles that attach to your pelvis/SI joint and knees and to help prevent […]

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‘Twenty Minutes’ by Karen Smith-Will – Winner of Our Team Taylor/Mast Cell Awareness Tank & Mast Cell Story Giveaway!

‘Twenty Minutes’ by Karen Smith-Will – Winner of Our Team Taylor/Mast Cell Awareness Tank & Mast Cell Story Giveaway!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Mast Cell Research ‘Team Taylor/Mast Cell Awareness Tank & Mast Cell Story Giveaway!’ We are excited to announce that our winner, chosen at random, is Karen Smith- Will! Karen’s story ‘Twenty Minutes’ is shared below. “I coughed before the first song. That doesn’t bode well. Not surprising, but […]