Sitting is something we don’t do very well. We sit balanced on one hip bone, then we shift to the other. Or we cross our legs. Here is what a good sitting posture is like.
1 You should sit evenly on both sit bones with your thigh supported by the seat of the chair
2 You should be able to place both feet flat on the floor
3 Your knees should be slightly apart in order to support your weight, and your feet should be under your knees
4 The back support should be a high as your shoulder blades.
Here is an workplace assessment you might light to try.
Sometimes I see people sitting at work. I often see them looking like the person with the red circle rather than the blue. Long term this puts pressure on your lower back and neck. It only takes a few minutes to adjust your chair and it can have many years of benefit to your whole body.
Details on Care for your Back Course starting 12th
This information was copied and paraphrased from the following
Facilitated Stretching – R E McAtee and J
Stretching and Flexibility – K Laughlin
Overcome Neck and Back
Pain – K Laughlin
PilateSystem – T Blount and E McKenzie
Elayne Lane is an instructor of the Universal Healing Tao. She has been teaching and doing bodywork in excess of 20 years.