How to stand without pain
We are supposed to have curves in our back, they act like a spring when we move about. When they become over exaggerated we end up experiencing pain. The over-pronounced curve causes the muscles to hold us upright and when this happens for long periods of time we experience the muscles begin to strain.
Standing for periods of time can become quite uncomfortable for some people. There is a way to stand that works well for the body, once you are used to it.
Learn how to care for your back.
This information was copied and paraphrased from the following books:
Facilitated Stretching – R E McAtee and J Charland
Stretching and Flexibility – K Laughlin
Overcome Neck and Back Pain – K Laughlin
PilateSystem – T Blount and E McKenzie
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Elayne Lane is an instructor of the Universal Healing Tao. She has been teaching and doing bodywork in excess of 20 years.