Posts in Exercise
Exploring the Obliques

The obliques are a core stabiliser and mover, impacting breathing, twisting, forward and side bending. Often seen in ‘functional’ training and used a great deal in yoga, but talked most about in Pilates these muscles are important to understand in so many ways. There core connections impact digestion, emotional wellbeing and low back strength. Discover more in our holistic exploration.

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5 Walking Meditations at Work

Walking meditations are a supportive way to come into the present, calm the mind, refocus attention and become aware of physical needs of the body. They can also encourage gratitude in the environment surrounding the moment. Check out our 5 tips for meditation walking that can be done anywhere.

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Discovering the Latissimus Dorsi muscle

The latissimus dorsi is a major and large muscle in the body. Energetically it is is important for emotional and mental wellbeing as it is connected into the spleen meridian. Discover how to balance your lats with yoga, pilates, breath, massage and more in our latest muscle exploration.

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Discover the Diaphragm

The diaphragm is a major organ in the body on many levels - for the breath of life, the bridge of the lower and upper abdomen, connected directly into the heart and spine for rhythm, communication via the nervous system, and the psoas for walking. This makes the diaphragm a muscle worthy of some serious exploration and self-care in daily life.

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An exploration of Tension Release Exercise

Do you notice those tremors when exercising? Are they good or bad for you? Tremor Release Exercise is a specific system that brings about those tremors to release deep held tension in the body for greater ease. Discover our exploration of this movement technique and a great workout for the lower body at the same time.

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Attract Your Wishes for 2019

Why should you use Law of Attraction in your life? Simply, because it is about a positive mindset, clarity of what you want and being grateful. These are all fabulous skills to develop if you wish to live a happy, fulfilling and joyful life. Discover the benefits of using Nid’s 6 steps and a bit more here.

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Growing Your Wings: The Serratus Anterior muscle

Omega Movement’s holisitic approach to muscle function is to review the anatomy, biomechanics, fascial lines, nerves and energetics as a full part of life. The serratus anterior muscle affects chest position, shoulder comfort and head position, in energy terms this is the heart and throat chakras. Training these muscles to be mobile and strong is to be flexible in love yet care for your own boundaries. Discover more about how to train these muscles for a more balanced life.

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The Planning Predicament of Life

Life plans are great when they come from the right place. But how often do you plan from a place of worry, anxiety or lack? Nid explores the journey through the chakras when planning, how it can go wrong if the ego begins to take a hold, and how to course correct back into alignment.

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Support Low back pain

Low back pain plagues 80% of people in modern life. There are many causes of such pain so we compiled an idea of how it happens, what to do to manage the pain and how to prevent it in the future. Discover simple exercises to support your happy spine.

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11 Steps to manage insomnia    

Sleep is a key component for good mental health and overall wellbeing. Here are 11 ways to improve your sleep and feel better in your mood, physical fitness and performance every day.

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Client stories about Nid

Omega Movement was founded by Nid to share multi-disciplinary approaches to wellbeing as it is part of the journey of life. Here are some stories from Nid’s clients about how she works and what they have found of most value from physical alignment, breathwork, yoga nidra, energy healing and intuition development. Discover how Nid can support you.

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Using mini-stability balls to improve proprioception

Discover why it is important to train proprioception and how the Pilates mini stability ball can be a great little prop to do this with. Cheap and easy to travel with you can improve balance, co-ordination, sensory awareness, hypermobility issues and laugh at the same time.

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