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Sarah Drapeau

Happy Hips

The hip is a ball and socket joint. It provides stability and balance as well as the ability to move your legs during everyday activities. It is a fairly stable joint and usually offers a good range of motion. Many older adults, however, have felt the deep dull ache in their hips at the end… Continue Reading Happy Hips


Are you a righty or a lefty? Did you know that the movement patterns created by the use of your dominant hand may impact your posture and even create joint strain? Handedness affects our entire body from head to toe. If you are right-handed, the most common pattern is that the right shoulder drops slightly… Continue Reading Handedness

Fit Feet

Our foot is one of the most complex structures in the body. It is made up of over 100 moving parts which consist of bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Because feet are so complicated with so many moving parts, they can be especially prone to injury over time. The foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints,… Continue Reading Fit Feet


Have you ever noticed how many words relate to the behavior of our hands? Today I’m hoping to point out some of my thoughts and get you in touch with the exercises that will help you grasp the idea that dexterity is not only about our hands but also about how our hands and brain… Continue Reading Dexterity

Creating Calm

In the past few months, our lives have changed drastically. There is no denying the stressful component that has been introduced during several months of lock down. Now, a simple trip to the grocery store can put me in panic mode. I avoid them at any cost. Fortunately, our bodies are designed to calm down… Continue Reading Creating Calm

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