Restorative Exercise for Strong Bones Kit

Taylor-Kevin Isaacs is the lead restorative exercise specialist at the

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  • Restorative exercise resembles interval training where you have short bursts of intense exertion followed by rest and recovery, but it’s less aggressive. In standard interval training, the higher-intensity levels last from 2 to 5 minutes and are followed by lower-intensity periods of an equal time. I believe this is a bit too strenuous for those who are exhausted and really need to train their bodies to recover.

    And, restorative exercise burns more calories – by increasing intensity for short bursts at a time, you’ll up your metabolism and burn more calories than if you worked at a steady pace.

  • The alignment points shows what your body can do right now, in other words reveals how your body has adapted to by-pass the alignment markers. You will get corrective exercises to restore alignment. Those corrective exercises look simple but they are not easy. On the other hand they are powerful. Restorative Exercise™ will challenge what you thought was the correct way to move and what we all think as ‘normal’.

    Over time I had to acknowledge that it wasn’t over – low level pain began creeping up in intensity until I was, once again, an injured teacher. Everything I tried: physiotherapy, massage, chiropractic and acupuncture helped, but didn’t solve the problem. I began to learn that my alignment was causing the problems and through Restorative Exercise™ I am on a path to a long-term solution to being pain-free and mobile.

  • Restorative Exercise™ (RE) is a program Biomechanist has developed through her studies and practice over twenty years, in which she brilliantly shares the laws of physics and biomechanics (which is the science behind alignment, among other things) in a way that non-scientists can understand. The program is based on Newtonian physics and looks at how our bodies are designed to move, with the goal of:

Positively Aligned - What is Restorative Exercise

The psoas muscles are huge muscles that affect many joints in the body. When they're tight, they can cause issues with the hips, SI joints, and low back, just to name a few. And in our modern world, they're tight in pretty much everybody because they're affected by stress and too much sitting! This video includes a psoas evaluation, the Restorative Exercise psoas release, plus a nice Yoga Tune Up ball massage for the lower back.