Author: Dan Hellman

Global Postural Stretching H3 by Dan Hellman
Anatomy, Fitness, Golf, The VOYER School, Therapy

Global Postural Stretching: The Perfect Link Between Joints, Muscles and Fascia

By Dan Hellman Global Postural Stretching (GPS) is an indispensable technique when it comes to conditioning the body or recovering from injury. Like ELDOA, its osteopathic cousin, it makes a major difference in the life and movement of anyone I treat—whether they are athletes or average people looking to be […]

Cycling Posture
Anatomy, Compression, Fitness

Your Bike and Your Neck

By Dan Hellman As cycling becomes more popular for both exercise and local transportation, more people are complaining about neck pain after spending time riding. So what’s going on? Cycling shouldn’t cause pain or discomfort, but I have a friend—a fairly experienced cyclist—who was complaining that he often felt like […]

Anatomy, The VOYER School, Therapy

What Fixes Poor Breathing and Circulation? The Right Exercises.

By Dan Hellman The right exercises can improve breathing and circulation and reverse many of the effects of poor circulation. This week, some two dozen physical therapists, athletic trainers and other professionals will gather in Fort Lauderdale to learn the Soma Training techniques that improve circulation and respiration. Health professionals […]

Anatomy, Fitness


By Dan Hellman What’s the difference between you and a dead guy? Well, in the simplest terms, you’re breathing, and he isn’t. Oxygen is the most vital nutrient the body requires, so if you aren’t breathing, nothing else matters. In its natural struggle to survive, the body will sacrifice any […]