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Mark Josefsberg

Hi,

Ergonomics can be extremely important in people with all sorts of musculoskeletal problems. But until they learn how to use their bodies differently, the problems will continue. 'Good posture' isn't really the answer, since this implies rigidity. If you have sessions in the Alexander Technique, you will look like you have better posture but you'll actually be feeling freedom, ease and probably loss of your pain.

Mark
www.MarkJosefsberg.com

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