posture

Artist Sarah Lucas is the patron saint of slouching, a curvature of the spine that gently whispers, "I don't give a f**k what you think."
Supine Shoulder Extension: This position is simple. The goal is to open your shoulders while mobilizing your thorax to help
This style of work posture may be a luxury for many, but for me, I needed to create a lifestyle around it and mandate it as a solution of balance to my day of sitting in a car seat, an office chair, a coffee shop stool and my wheelchair.
To save you the effort of trawling through tedious studies, I've picked out five alternative tasks that can improve your health -- without dieting or exercise.
I hate seeing myself on video. Have you ever said this? Chances are that you have watched a video of yourself delivering
What is your body saying? It could be hinting at an imbalance. Maybe you're not vertically loaded properly--meaning your
As a form of nonverbal communication, your posture is a powerful statement. It not only influences how others see you, it
We can wake ourselves up by increasing our oxygen level by breathing deeply. Or conversely, we can put ourselves to sleep with a kind of meditation of shallow breathing, and repeating silently the words to the rhythmic "in" and "out" like a mantra.
Yoga can provide many benefits for people who are suffering from back pain–it can help increase strength in the back and
Conclusion: Considering the subject of luck can help us appreciate the moment and increase our compassion toward people who are less fortunate.
We don't realize it, but our emotional state shows up in our posture, but we can also shift our emotional and mental states with it. When we're stressed, we tend to have bad posture, but what type of decisions are we going to make while slouching forward, stressed or not?
Amy Cuddy, an associate professor at Harvard Business School and a renowned TED speaker, recently gave a talk at the Women Presidents' Organization Conference 2016 on the topic of nonverbal power dynamics, also known (outside of academic circles) as body language.
It's a funny thing when you see you've made a mistake. There are two choices: 1. Pretend like nothing happened and keep going in the wrong direction to save face, or 2. Say the words, "I made a mistake" out loud and then change course.
Sitting upright for just a few minutes can improve the way you feel.
Harvard Social Psychologist, Amy Cuddy, talks about the ways you can improve your life by sitting upright for just a few minutes at a time.