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Orla Crosse is a chartered physiotherapist and yoga instructor who teaches on our 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training course.
Here’s a short video of Orla discussing the shoulders from a yoga and physiotherapy perspective.
January can be a month of fierce weather where storms, snow, floods and flu’s are thrown at us. January is seen as a depressing month as the glow of Christmas is gone and we’re left with bills, worries and empty pockets. It can take quite a toll on our health.So how can The elbowroom Clinic be of help to you this January?
1 Gym Injuries – We start the year off with the best of intentions.… Read more
This week we’ll be introducing you to our resident Rolfer Caitriona Foley. We will give you an insight into how Caitriona works and how she may be able to help you.
Caitriona Foley (B.A.),(DB.A),(JEB) and Certified Rolfer from the European Rolfing Association has over 6 years Rolfing experience in a clinical practice. She has extensive technical expertise in anatomy, physiology, psychology, movement practice and postural realignment.
Caitriona treats a wide variety of musculoskeletal complaints including backache, neck pain, pregnancy related pains, all types of joint or muscle injuries alongside sporting injuries. … Read more
This week we will be introducing you to our resident Physiotherapist Fionn Healy. We will give you an insight in how he works and how he may be able to help you.
Fionn is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. He obtained his BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree at Trinity College Dublin.
Fionn has had clinical placements many of the major hospitals in Dublin and has spent time working in San Diego California in a private practice.… Read more
When looking deeply into scientific studies, it is clear that there is no consensus definition of posture or ‘good’ posture for that matter.
My main interest is to teach you to decrease stressful loads on the body. Observation is the first step. I like to observe your natural position and your movement patterns. This helps me to understand what postural issue, if any, might be a factor in your presenting symptoms.… Read more