3 Tips To Save Your Shirts At The Sink…




Hey… it’s Allyson at CORE and I am doing another video on how to take care of yourself…

This one is about when you’re in the kitchen at the sink and it’s also about your shirts because if you look… about countertop height we tend to lean up against that countertop and we get holes in our shirts… right here. So when you feel yourself lean against that countertop remember we’re gonna do three things to make yourself feel better today… okay

First, you want to lengthen your spine! So you’re gonna go up in your head like your ears are going up to the ceiling and that lengthens your neck. It’ll loosen your upper back. Then the opposite of that chain is your legs. You want your legs going down into the floor like your feet are growing roots into the floor.

So you’re standing at the sink… your legs are gonna go down and your head is gonna come up, your spine will get nice and long… Those are the first two things.

Now the last one, those shoulder blades. When you’re working in the sink you have a tendency to lean over that sink… bring those shoulder blades back into your spine and down that back so your shoulders are relaxed and down…

Okay, so as you’re working where you’re normally here (leaning forward) lengthen and bring those shoulder blades back and down and work here (standing tall)… your shirt’s are gonna last a lot longer and you’re gonna get a stronger more toned core…

You guys have a great day!

Call 512-215-4227 to learn more about how to stand tall…

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As a physical therapist in the Houston and Austin areas since 1995, Allyson has developed a gentle approach to whole body healing. At Core she has been able to spend more time personally with each client addressing the entire body and providing recovered clients with pilates training to keep them progressing.

“The one body has many parts, but the many parts make up one whole body.” Allyson uses this belief in three areas: First, in her approach to addressing areas of restriction throughout the body as a whole. Second, learning from co-workers, clients and other therapists taking pieces of wisdom and incorporating them into a whole treatment. Last, incorporating the pilates practice into discharge from physical therapy to continue parts of your recovery into a pursuit of health for your whole life. All parts making up one process of returning your body to health.

Her background in Total Motion Release techniques as well as Craniosacral Therapy, Strain/ Counterstrain and PIlates make for a holistic and gentle approach with quick results. The focus of her therapy is to empower the client with tools to heal themselves.

Allyson earned her B.S. in kinesiology at The University of Texas in 1992 and her M.S. in physical therapy from Texas Woman’s University in Houston in 1995. She has worked in pediatrics for 9 years also with great success treating pediatric orthopedic issues and infant torticollis with no crying!
Allyson Marshall