Releasing Tension & Rib Rigidity after a Chest InfectionHeidi Hadley
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Here in Australia, we are looking forward to warmer, drier weather because over the long, wet winter, people have been experiencing many recurring respiratory infections. However, in the northern hemisphere, winter has arrived and keeping boosted with your immunity is important. If you experience any respiratory ailments, you will know how impacted your breathing can become after bouts of coughing, sneezing and sleeping upright to ease the coughing fits. This can have an effect on your movement, posture, pain levels and depth of breathing.
In this week's podcast, I delve into how to release tension and rib rigidity after a chest infection. Plus, I include a few 'go to' movements classes that will focus on releasing rib rigidity and improve your depth of breathing.
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