Balance the body physically, to strengthen the mind spiritually.” ~ Oscar
A body in pain is not balanced. Our bodies were designed to be active to balance our musculoskeletal, digestive, circulatory, and immune systems. We restrict this harmonious balance with lack of activity, and/or repetitive and compensative movements. These series of simple stretches and gentle exercises are designed to restore the full, natural function of muscles and joints.
These posture therapy exercises correct and strengthen the body’s posture by emphasizing the balance of deeper muscles in the axial skeleton and pelvis.
Chronic pain affects an estimated 86 million American adults. One in every three adults are in chronic pain. In addition to having physical pain, people with chronic pain often cannot work, be physically active, or sleep well. Pain that persists can lead to: depression, anxiety, anger, isolation, weight issues, and stress. Chronic pain affects every area of a person’s life.