New lectures added December, 2019!
REVIEWS FROM STUDENTS
Huge thanks! I've had pretty obstructive nerve pain from neck to hand; writing weakness, frozen shoulder etc. Deservingly maybe with a tendency for bathtub neck before bed, and a career as a developer. Nice to have something I can confidently say addresses the problem and looking forward (not too forward) to using this daily. Bhavish Daswani
"Paula has done a better job of explaining and demonstrating posture than many chiropractors I know. Keep up the good work." Cathy Howard
This is an excellent course for people with forward head posture and neck tension. The exercises are thorough, clearly explained and demonstrated, and the advice is outstanding. The exercises can be done at home and really do target the problems. I've been a professional massage practitioner for 20 years, with plenty of clients with tight, sore necks. This is the first time I've encountered specific, actionable advice about sleeping positions, using a stand-up desk and selecting a pillow and an excellent series of exercises to help clients improve not just their necks, but also their upper body posture. The exercises include chin tucks, exercises to regain the natural curve of the neck, and using a Theraband and towel to perform at-home neck traction. At the end of the course, there's also a link for a free look at Paula's Posturecize Crash Course. Kitzie McKinney
"The course is clear and simple to follow. It's really made me aware of how bad for my posture it is when I lean over my mobile phone. I'm going to be more careful about how I use my phone in future. Thanks Paula. Great job." Rachel Papworth
"I've been aware of this exercise before, but never had it demonstrated as clearly as in this presentation." Genevieve Morley
So very briefly, this course is for any of you who spend prolonged periods of time using mobile devices – cell phone, ipad, computer, even books and reading. Anything that encourages forward head posture and the chronic muscular activity associated with that posture.
If you’ve taken any of my courses, you’ll notice this course is more exercise focused and much less theory and science. The reason is that Text Neck is pretty straight forward. Prolonged use of mobile devices causes forward head posture that overworks muscles, joints and spinal discs leading to chronic head and neck pain, headaches, shoulder tension, upper back pain and some studies suggest even suggest asthma, anxiety and depression!
In this course you will learn how to prevent Text Neck quickly and spend most of the time learning some pretty cool new exercises to help you alleviate the signs and symptoms of text neck.
The exercises don’t need to be done in the order they appear, although the order I’ve suggested is ideal. And you don’t have to do all the exercises every day. Pick and choose the ones you love, but do at least one exercise every day.
I encourage you to reach out when you have questions or just want to share your wins!
Mostly, I want you to have fun with the exercises, while you regain some posture confidence as you reconnect with your body, and feel the benefits of practicing good alignment.
I invite you to join me now – go ahead and click on the red button that says: ADD TO CART. Thank you and I really look forward to seeing you inside the course.
Your posture doc,