Often overlooked by medical experts, this DVD teaches how the way we use or body can often create disease...
From The Shoulders Up is a gentle exercise prescription for Headaches, Neck Tension, ‘Foggy Brain’, Eye Tension/Eye Strain, Excessive Computer Work and Shoulder Tendonitis.
Why do couch potatoes and competitive athletes suffer from the same chronic ailments, disease and pain? It’s because, like most of us, neither group is using their body in the way it was mechanically designed to be used!
Biomechanical Scientist, Katy Bowman, has developed a range of DVDs to enable us to apply biomechanics, and analyse our everyday movement for the purpose of reducing disease.
From The Shoulders Up offers a simple, natural solution to these conditions by teaching new movement habits and pointing out any current habits that may be causing them or increasing their effect on your health.
Complete with a printable exercise program, this DVD offers great expert advice and information in a form that is straight forward and easy to absorb and put into practice.
Watch our sample clips before you buy!
See our other titles in the Katy Bowman range;
‘Down There’ For Women
When Your Doctor Prescribes Exercise
Easy Rx...ercise For Diabetics
Biomechanics For Strong Bones
‘Below The Belt’ For Men
Fix Your Feet
My Hands Hurt: From Elbows To Fingers
Biomechanics For Bad Backs
Knees & Hips
|SKU / Product Code||82126|
|Brand||Aligned and Well|
|Length||Approx. 40 minutes|
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- Would recommend Review by Bettiebris
It is a shame that so much time is spent talking about posture with only about 15 mins of the DVD devoted to actual exercise and this is one reason why I almost didn't bother. However, I did because the exercises are really good and I can see a difference so I would recommend but if you ave the facility to hire in the first place you might try that. The DVD is much cheaper on this site than Amazon and was another reason I bought it. I figured if I paid to see someone it would cost me a lot more than DVD price. In fact I bought two! Hope this helps in the decision making process. (Posted on 15 July 2013)
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