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Our posture absolutely and completely reflects how we feel. Posture impacts directly on how we see the world around us. It influences our internal landscape and encourages us to experience a whole range of specific emotional reactions.

Posture deeply reveals how we really feel. Posture either encourages or inhibits our creativity. Our posture connects directly to our health.

The way we live in our bodies reflects our emotional state. But if we change our posture, even in seemingly small ways, we immediately begin to influence how we feel and how we behave.

We simply did not evolve to be stressed all the time. It’s completely unnatural. In the distant past, it was essential for our ancestors to be calm and alert, totally aware of their environment, identifying potential sources of food, water, shelter or danger at the greatest possible distance. They had to be calm in order for their senses to function optimally. Relaxed, calm and alert. These are qualities that encourage creativity and that have been the cornerstone of our success as a species.

Relaxed, calm, alert and creative. This is the natural and most efficient way for humans to behave today. It’s simply the way we evolved. Most of us are all too familiar with the fact that stress has been linked to a wide variety of fairly unpleasant medical disorders. The tragedy is that stress has slowly but surely grown to become such a dominant element in our lives. We experience stress all the time, even when we’re asleep, and so our bodies, our senses, our health, even our creativity ultimately pay the price. This is not how we are supposed to be.

If you listen to your body, this is most definitely not the way your body wants to feel. Our bodies are magnificently efficient masterpieces of the evolutionary process. It’s time to learn how to respect evolution’s generosity and start to work with your body rather than against it. But enough of the science. Let’s get to the fun part!

As a Pilates and Yoga teacher, it’s been my privilege to work with some extraordinary people and witness the total transformation of their lives. I’ve seen people recover from crippling injuries, survive life-threatening illnesses, release their past and learn to embrace life with strength, optimism and enthusiasm. Recognizing your own postural type is a good starting point for your new programme.

 

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Your shoulders reflect your feelings. Release and relax your shoulders and your posture, thought patterns and emotional responses will also change. Immediately. Turn down your stress habit by unlocking your shoulders.

 

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When we’re stressed, we clench the derrière. It’s a defensive response in the face of a threat or danger. The danger doesn’t have to be real. It can be a product of our imagination. Relaxing the gluteal muscles helps to switch off the body’s ingrained habit of being constantly stressed.

 

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Have you ever noticed how often you clench your jaw? Yes, it’s another stress response, an instinctive reaction to protect the head from possible danger. Relax your jaw muscles and turn down the stress levels.

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Our eyes suffer from too much strain, partly from staring too long at the computer screen but also from excessive tension. Learn to relax the muscles around your eyes to relieve this tiring habit and help you to see more clearly.

 

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We don’t breathe. Or rather we breathe as little as possible. The answer is to remember to breathe a little more deeply perhaps every hour. We respond immediately to the rhythms and depth of our breathing. Breathe!

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Unclench your hands and feet. Let go of the tension in your fingers and toes. Unlock the iron grip that reinforces all of your fears and anxieties. Learn to let go.

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 Our posture absolutely and completely reflects how we feel. Posture impacts directly on how we see the world around us. It influences our internal landscape and encourages us to experience a whole range of specific emotional reactions. Posture deeply reveals how we really feel. Posture either encourages or inhibits our creativity. Our posture connects directly to our health. The way we live in our bodies reflects our emotional state. But if we change our posture, even in seemingly small ways, we immediately begin to influence how we feel and how we behave.

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