Every once in a while I find myself slumped over and think, “gee, this is horrible posture.” I think it is almost always when I am sitting on a student desk in my classroom and I can feel my back is all hunched over. Then I sit up straight and it feels so weird. Any suggestions of something I can actually do to try to improve my posture besides just fixing it when I notice it? I did a college paper on Rolfing, but that seems a bit too extreme and painful for me. I’m looking for something I can do daily that will push me in the right direction.
Suzi 'What the 'Eye' Sees the mind can aquire'
You seem to be into plays and acting have you tried ‘The Alexander Method’ ???
I don’t know too much about it but what I did learn was quite awsome in every aspect of one’s life, posture and self belief as well as acting, performing, law and stage performance too.
Lawyers who are to be Barristers also take this course to learn body language and posture too.
Hope this helps you enjoy this goal ; )
PasadenaSue This is the year I face my fears and love myself!
Yes - Alexander Method would work.
It teaches you to be more aware of your body, and helps free up areas that are tight.
Or you could try a good chiropractor – one who does more than cracking and massaging. There are a lot of techniques for freeing up tight areas and releasing tension.