resilience

Movement, awareness, Kenyan runners

Watch more videos on Flotrack “I think Kenyans are very much in tune with their bodies, they’re in tune with movement, in tune with the ground. Some of them become very very sensitive and know the limits of their body, they know it instinctively.” Brother Colm O’Connell – running coach. At Balance we’ve long been […]

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A movement community for health and resilience

Uniform Exercises on Nowness.com The movement team at Balance Performance has one intention. To guide our clients towards greater resilience. The ability to bounce back from life’s inevitable challenges and set backs, whether mental, emotional or physical (illness or injury). Pivotal to resilience is a daily movement habit, to check in with oneself. This impressive […]

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Combat Athletics: a FREE CPD lecture for physiotherapists, coaches and all health fitness professionals

A free CPD lecture and demonstrations on Combat Athletics: fighters shoulder injuries, rehab, movement, strength and conditioning and elements of a fighters training. This lecture was held in partnership between Balance Performance and the ACPSM – Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine – on evening of Wednesday 30th October 2013 at 113 Gauden Road, […]

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Combat Athletics: a FREE CPD lecture for physiotherapists, coaches and all health fitness professionals

A free CPD lecture and demonstrations on Combat Athletics: fighters shoulder injuries, rehab, movement, strength and conditioning and elements of a fighters training. This lecture was held in partnership between Balance Performance and the ACPSM – Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine – on evening of Wednesday 30th October 2013 at 113 Gauden Road, […]

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MOVEMENT: The real reason for brains

We’ve highlighted Daniel Wolpert and his explanation of the brains existence, and so it’s reliance, on movement before. Watch his excellent TED talk above. Good to have academics adding weight to the solid reasoning behind Balance’s drive to see our clients improve their movement habits. Thanks to our friends at Earth Strength for reminding us […]

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movement culture at Balance Performance

To address the long term, to build resilience, to take advantage of the healing that the sports injury and spinal rehabilitation professionals provide you need to develop your own movement culture. A growing number of people are teaching good movement habits: Ido Portal is a great mover but more importantly he is encouraging and teaching […]

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Sleep and health: news from the bat cave

At Balance we often discuss sleep with our clients, its effect on pain and recovery (injury specific recovery and recovery from day to day life) is significant – as is hydration, diet, movement, mobility etc. Recently thanks to partnership with specialist retailer “Back in Action” and the space they occupy at our Clapham facility we […]

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