Since Dr Norman Doige released his best-selling book, The Brain that changes itself, back in 2007, neuroplasticity has been the big buzz word, but what does it mean? Neuroplasticity is often discussed in relation to people recovering from stroke, major injury, or chronic pain, in helping children with Cerebral Palsy and it also plays a part in optimising elite performance and managing daily comfort. Neuroplasticity is something we all have and use on a daily basis without even being aware of. The benefits are creating the buzz but there a flip side as well. Jenni Evans from the Feldenkrais Institute of Australia briefly explains neuroplasticity and give gives you a useful experience of using it, to make sitting more comfortable.