straight! Pull your shoulders back!
As children, we were told to have good posture. Yet
we were seldom taught effective ways to accomplish
this. Indeed, we were often not even told just what
good posture is.
The consequences of
this information gap can be seen all around us: stiff
necks, shoulders hunched forward or pulled tightly
back, restricted breathing, and tightness in the
thighs, legs and ankles. Backaches, headaches, and
other painful symptoms are often the unfortunate
The Posture Page
provides practical information about methods that
have a history of helping people improve their
posture. These methods vary widely in their approach.
Different techniques may appeal to - and be more
useful to - different people.
Click on the links below
to find out about the following approaches to good