Manual Taste Enhancement

So one day a couple of years ago I was doing some manual soft tissue exploration of the muscles of my jaw and face (as you do), when I came across something very interesting.  I had found a number of trigger points in my masseter and pterygoid muscles of the standard eye-wateringly painful type, when suddenly I found one slightly out of the ordinary (probably don’t do this if you don’t know what you’re doing)..  This one referred sensation down ...Read More

Wiggle those toes Part 2: The Ministry of Silly Walks

First off, there should seriously be a Ministry of Silly Walks.  Thanks to Simon and Craig for this awesome second part of the ‘Foot Awakening’ video series.  Simon showed me these ones when we caught up in Canberra, sometime last year.  They are gold.  This video also contains heaps of gems of foot training in general – thanks Simon!  As Simon says(!), there are so many benefits to doing these exercises, including but not limited to: • Enhancing proprioception – ...Read More

Book Review: Ishmael

I normally bring about five, normally non-fiction, books on holidays or trips with me – and promptly don’t get time to do more than flip through one or two whilst on the toilet.  On my recent trip to Chi-town, I originally decided ‘no books’ as part of a great plan of ‘low informative dieting’ and to be in alignment with my current idea of diminishing returns on intellectual knowledge (more later). ..however, I decided to bring one book, an odd ...Read More