How to Sit Your Body at Work: A Guide to Sitting at Your Workstation Based on the Alexander Technique

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2010 - Medical - 72 pages
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It is not necessary to experience pain while sitting at your office workstation. Office injuries, including pains and strains caused by cumulative stresses, pose a serious threat to your overall health and to the quality of your work. Use this book to break free from harmful habits and improve your ergonomic setup, including the most important factor in the ergonomics equation: YOU!
If you:
Use a computer
Write at a desk
Talk on the phone
This book will increase your productivity and efficiency at work, improve safety and breathing and help to reduce:
Injury
Stress
Wrist pain
Back pain
Neck pain
Eye strain
Headaches

The Alexander Technique
Through studying the Alexander Technique, you will learn a process of awareness in action that can be applied to any situation or activity. You will learn to think consciously about what you are doing and how to respond to activities in your workplace with ease and spontaneity. Through building an awareness of your core movement patterns and how to fundamentally change them for the better, you will experience improvements in your physical and mental health and well-being.
Ann Rodiger is the founder and director of the Balance Arts Center in New York City. She as been teaching the Alexander Technique for 30 years. She is also a specialist in movement education and analysis, dance, and Labanotation. She has Alexander Technique practices in New York City and Berlin, Germany. She has been on the faculty of several major universities in the United States."
 

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great book,have lots of information to improve quality of life in various areas .Must be practiced and mastered.

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