Bowen from the inside? Yes please! A good breathing technique is so important for so many things; strengthening the diaphragm, improving stability in the core muscles, slowing the breathing rate, lowering heart rate and blood pressure and reducing oxygen demand.
promoting relaxation. 

As with any new exercise regime, do what feels good. If it hurts - STOP! 

Back Mobilisation:

Breathing / Diaphragm Exercise:

Quads and Hamstrings:

As with any new exercise regime, do what feels good. If it hurts - STOP! However, this is a FANTASTIC Dural Tone exercise, as taught by Graham Pennington (I use a lot of his work in the clinic). Great little exercise for loosening up the back - try to imagine you're holding a cup of water...Don't get wet!!!

As with any new exercise regime, do what feels good. If it hurts - STOP! That being said, these are some very useful generic shoulder exercises.

Feeling stressed? Digestive issues? Respiration issues? Watch the vagal tone exercise and have a go yourself.

As with any new exercise regime, do what feels good. If it hurts - STOP! 

As with any new exercise regime, do what feels good. If it hurts - STOP! That being said, these are some very useful generic exercises.

Watch the first clip to get a grasp of the barefoot phylosophy and why your shoes are so important - you might be surprised. Then take a look through the 'paired' videos. Test video, followed by fix video.​

Vagal Tone Exercise:

The Feet Series:

Desk Position & Working from home:

Shoulders:

Seat Position

Note - in this video I talk about gym balls. If you aren't able to get a gym ball (superior option) due to health and safety / space etc. The next best thing is a balance cushion on your chair. It's a good 2nd!