Woman's Weekly Living Series

What does THAT DO?

The myofascial release practitioner

Amanda Oswald from Leeds

‘For years, I worked in various desk jobs, and I did a lot of sport in my spare time – rugby and long-distance running – but I wasn’t very body aware. I didn’t do any stretching and didn’t looked after myself.

‘Eventually, I developed back pain and a slipped disc. I had surgery, which went well, but the resulting internal scar tissue caused more problems. My backache continued and it travelled into my hip and

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