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SOMATIC TRANSFORMATIONAL EXERCISES
Programmed Instruction

New Seated Exercises CD New Seated Refreshment Exercises
Hanna Somatics Gold

by Lawrence Gold

A PROGRAM FOR MOVEMENT HEALTH WHEN YOU CAN'T MOVE AROUND, MUCH, FOR LONG PERIODS

This program is for you if you get stiff, sore, or stagnant from sitting for long periods and would value a way to make your long hours of sitting more comfortable.

The "formula" for stiffness and stagnation is this: relative immobility at a high level of concentration for a prolonged time. Muscles get set and tired at holding a fixed postures. Add coffee to the mix and you get toxic stagnation. No wonder people get stiff and tired at work.

You can counteract these effects with a systematic sequence of conscious movements in three basic directions: forward/back, twisting and expansion/contraction (breathing).

When taking a break away from your seat, find a private space and do jumping jacks, windmills, and running in place.

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If you can't leave your seat, here's a system of movements that teaches you three movements you can do sitting in your chair in about five minutes. Follow with two or three minutes of walking, and you're refreshed. This sequence of movements was designed for people with limited freedom to move or who must stay seated for long periods -- air travelers, drivers, desk jockeys, the elderly, customer service and car insurance quote personnel, and tech support team members.


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