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Correcting Poor Posture with the Alexander Technique (and why you shouldn't sit up straight!) — 22 Comments

  1. Nicely put. I find the “sitting up straight” version of good posture very common in patients who come to me (Osteopathy & Physiotherapy). Unfortunately it is often advised by well meaning family members or worse fellow professionals. This frequently results in even more pain and discomfort to the individual as they use extra unnecessary muscle tension to hold the “fixation” in place. Will place a link to this page. Thanks

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