On Sun Mar 2, 22:51 ashlie [anonymous user] wrote:
that is so cute!
On Fri Jul 22, 10:18 das [anonymous user] wrote:
On Sun Jan 13, 00:26 nkqRJAeLtdJygCfrSrQ [anonymous user] wrote:
Imogen, Good advise. I am one of those you speak about here. At the ofcfie, I sit staring into a computer terminal all day long. No question it is HOW I use my body rather than my ergonomic environment that makes me feel most comfortable. I am in charge, not mysterious forces on the outside working against me.As you say, simply being aware of what is around us and noticing when fatigue begins to take over and tension mounts is all important. Moving around at intervals helps. The Alexander Technique has given me a set of skills that make the process of working at my desk all day much easier, with much less tension in my body. Learning to inhibit habitual patterns is quite liberating and works to make me free of pain. It also helps me feel a whole lot better about myself, believe it or not! Thanks for the nice post. I look forward to more in the series.
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