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~27 years as an osteopath combining yoga and martial arts.
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Did you know that the jaw muscles are the strongest muscle for their size in the body? Not too hard to imagine when we consider how much and what, it is used for. It is a very complex joint, as I explain in the intro, but like any where else in the body the chewing muscles get tight and jam the jaw bone up into the skull and cause Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) pain. There is a small cartilage disc in between the mandibular or jaw bone and the temporal bone (skull part, I'm trying to keep it simple), and when the jaw muscles become too tight then the small disc can pop out of position. This is the clicking noise many of you hear in the TMJ when you open and close your mouth. Mine used to click but by using the stretching exercises in the SFL program I was able to fix the click. If the muscles of mastication, as they are called in the books, are too tight you will need to see your osteopath to loosen them off first and then you can maintain your TMJ in good working order.
This video introduces you to your jaw experience, they explain some of the anatomy and include the 3D animation so that you can get a good understanding of what is going on inside your body. You won't want to watch the intro all the time so I have separated the introduction out from the exercises...
Did you know that the jaw muscles are the strongest muscle for their size in the body? Not too hard to imagine when we consider how much and what, it is used for. It is a very complex joint, as I explain in the intro, but like any where else in the body the chewing muscles get tight and jam the j...
This is the grunt of posture exercises. This video contains all the exercises you need to develop perfect posture within the parameters of your own personal body type. It contains the in depth exercises from all the necessary regions giving you a more overall comprehensive result. No region in th...