Restore Your Foundations of Movement
Do you miss the freedom to move, pain free?
If you’re suffering from back pain or stiffness, the best thing that you can do to regain movement is move.
We’re here to help you start moving again, without limits.
We’re built to move. We’re not supposed to sit all day long, we’re just not designed that way.
Sedentary lives have led to an epidemic in back health problems. We sit all day, leaving us more prone to suffering a back injury and then we can’t move. The cycle is vicious. Let’s break it.
The Restored's Foundations of Health
Your Feel Better Challenge
Do you sit for long periods of time hunched over a desk or a laptop? Or do you spend most of your day picking up and carrying small children? Modern living means that 54% of people who report back pain spend most of their day sitting.
Following guidance from our Movement Specialist, Tope Tikare, is to start moving again with confidence. Starting to move around again and looking after your back is the best way to start restoring your foundation in movement.
Do you work at a desk, or spend a big part of your day sitting down?
Aim to move every 20 minutes.
Firstly, start by standing up, and sitting down a couple of times. Get yourself in the habit of moving again.
If you want to step it up a gear, go for a walk up and down some stairs.
Go for a brisk walk (or a gentle jog at lunchtime - also great for mindfulness and stress relief!
These exercises are designed to help you relieve any discomfort you may be feeling, and help strengthen your back against future injury or pain.
"Movement is life, life is movement. Moving freely will enhance your well being"Tope Tikare
Movement Specialist, The Restored
Disclaimer: The materials and information provided on this website and/or any other communication from The Restored are strictly for informational purposes only and are not intended for use as diagnosis, prevention or treatment of a health problem or as a substitute for consulting a qualified medical professional. We always recommending seeking the advice of your doctor or GP.