Németh Róbert

Németh Róbert

Németh Róbert
További ötletek tőle: Németh
Here in the Netherlands, Christmas plays second fiddle to Sinterklaas, which is on the 6th of December. This means that any form of Christmas decorations are nowhere to be seen until after December 6. By Filipino standards, that’s just way too late in the game. After all, ours is a nation where Christmas jingles begin …

Here in the Netherlands, Christmas plays second fiddle to Sinterklaas, which is on the 6th of December. This means that any form of Christmas decorations are nowhere to be seen until after December 6. By Filipino standards, that’s just way too late in the game. After all, ours is a nation where Christmas jingles begin …

Reindeer Tealight Holder from www.notonthehighstreet.com I adore this, def a must have

Reindeer Tealight Holder from www.notonthehighstreet.com I adore this, def a must have

decorating with evergreens

decorating with evergreens

winter door decor for after the christmas wreath comes down.

winter door decor for after the christmas wreath comes down.

Snowflake door hanger (nice change from a wreath), good for post-Christmas winter decor

Snowflake door hanger (nice change from a wreath), good for post-Christmas winter decor

When we start to understand the concept of fascia, we can truly grasp why our body may start to feel pain in our right shoulder and then before know it, our left hip and our left toe! It seems to transcend our understanding. Before we understand it, we can get confused, frustrated and end up feeling like a victim in our own body. Because the fascia is one continuous layer that literally encircles and encases our whole body, we can understand why and how this pain patterns develop…

When we start to understand the concept of fascia, we can truly grasp why our body may start to feel pain in our right shoulder and then before know it, our left hip and our left toe! It seems to transcend our understanding. Before we understand it, we can get confused, frustrated and end up feeling like a victim in our own body. Because the fascia is one continuous layer that literally encircles and encases our whole body, we can understand why and how this pain patterns develop…

Myofascial Meridains (Anatomy Trains): Spiral Line (front view)

Myofascial Meridains (Anatomy Trains): Spiral Line (front view)

fascia-cobweb ISN'T THIS AMAZING!! Shoulder pain page.

fascia-cobweb ISN'T THIS AMAZING!! Shoulder pain page.

Myofascial Chain: Lateral Line

Myofascial Chain: Lateral Line

Myofascial Chain: Deep Front Line

Myofascial Chain: Deep Front Line