Tuesday, April 15, 2008


After I had been back to class for a few weeks, I started to become impatient and frustrated about the fact I still couldn't do demi-pointe work or allegro very easily, and that I still couldn't completely "trust" my leg. I began to wonder when I would get my body back to it's pre-injury state.

I met with a Bowen colleague who gave me a treatment which did move things on for me again. Just after Easter and a few days off dancing, my legs had felt very "restless" and sore and this treatment really helped.

I still longed to have the full confidence of my right leg again


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