Members Area Thoracic Spine


In this area you will find fresh new content each month, including a focused topic, associated evidence based articles and information, related bitesize workout videos for you to do anywhere, anytime, top tips, and nutritional support including a tasty recipe each month. What more could you wish for?

If you do think there is anything else we should be adding into the area, feel free to be in contact with any suggestions.


The Thoracic Spine 

Working our way through the spine, this month we’re onto the mid-section, known as the thoracic spine. The longest and stiffest section of our spine, this is still a hot topic. Why? Delve in and you’ll find out…..

Monthly Newsletter

A round up of the issues in focus this month

Monthly Recipe

Based on sound nutritional science, and packed with yummy goodness. Food just got more exciting

Top Tip

Thoracic spine stiffness is an established predictor of arterial stiffness; a thickening and stiffening of the heart wall and vessels. This can lead to increased blood pressure and risk of heart disease including heart attacks. Reduce those risks by mobilising the thoracic spine; especially into extension

Articles & Information

Thoracic Conditions

Rib Disorders

Osteoporosis & Osteopenia

Workout videos

In this section you’ll find bitsize videos that you can do at home.
Fit shorter ones in when you have time, or link two or more together for a bigger workout.
Beginner to Intermediate level.
Unless stated within the video, these workouts are suitable for all stages of pregnancy and postnatal.
If you are pregnant beyond 16 weeks, for exercises in lying, please incline head & shoulders on 1-2 pillows

Thoracic Mobilisers in Standing

Thoracic Mobilisers in Sitting

Thoracic Expansion & Mobilisers in Sitting

Thoracic Mobilisers & Strengtheners: 4-point kneeling

Postural Strengtheners in Prone

Thoracic Spine: Band exercises

Thoracic Spine: Ring Exercises

Get in Touch

Coronavirus Update:

June 2022 COVID restrictions have now eased in healthcare settings, with the wearing of face masks now optional for a treatment session. All restrictions in classes have been removed. To book into a class or request a treatment session, please email