Mark Your Calendar – Saturday February 9, 2019 ( 1:30pm – 3:30pm)
Posture on the Go & The Posture and Pain Connection Workshop
Held at Yoga for Living
For more information see Therapy and Classes page.
Posture therapy is a non-medical method of stopping chronic pain and limitations by addressing the functionality of your entire body through correcting muculoskeletal imbalances and deviations. Using gentle, individualized exercises and stretches you will correct the underlying, root causes of your issues instead of only treating your symptoms. Many of our most common pains are derived from misalignment.
A body that is healthy, functional and pain free comes from correct postural alignment, position and function. The body is in alignment when all load bearing joints such as the shoulders, hips, knees and ankles line up horizontally and vertically at 90 degree angles. When the body is in correct alignment, matching the Anatomical Blueprint Design, there is no pain because the correct muscles are moving the correct bones to their correct positions.
Muscular imbalance causes wear and joint degeneration at any age. This causes stress and eventually pain. You can correct your body’s muscular imbalances with gentle alignment exercises and stretches that are specifically chosen for your body’s needs.
In order to correct muscular imbalances you must change your muscle memory. Through consistently implementing new body movements and actions you can adjust the position of your muscles bringing your body back into alignment. This addresses the source of your pain and limitations instead of only treating your symptoms.
Eliminating Chronic and Recurrent Pain with Posture Therapy
This webinar covers a general outline and explanation of posture therapy. It also includes a few e-cises to test your body’s balance and get an idea of what to expect.
Special thanks to Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging (TDI) in Marlton, NJ, for hosting this webinar. Check out their site to see monthly webinars on holistic healthcare topics.
See webinar on WebinarJam