Improved Posture and Balance with Exercise
Wednesday, June 12, 2:00-3:15 p.m., Fellowship Hall

Improved Posture and Balance

with Exercise

Presentation and exercise suggestions

 Instructor: Michele Zamora, Certified Advanced Personal Trainer

 Wednesday, June 12, 2:00 to 3:15 p.m.  

Fellowship Hall

Michele will be discussing: 

* Bad Posture Results in Bad Health

*  Suggestions for Improving Posture and Keeping Good Posture

* Review 4 main types of Standing posture including Kephotic-Lordotic

* Posture and Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, back pain, knee pain, hip pain and headaches

* Dangers of Forward Head Posture

* Effect of Pelvic Tilt and Hip/Knee Angle on Lower Body Posture

* Discuss Sciatic Nerve issues

* Benefits of Myofacial Release, Massage and everyday stretches

Posture can worsen with age and cause back, neck, and shoulder pain. Adopting corrective lifestyle habits can help you stand up straighter.  Poor posture also can interfere with an active life. You can lose strength and flexibility, which makes you susceptible to injury. You also may compensate for your limitations and imbalances by adjusting your posture when you sit and stand, which can only worsen your natural alignment,"   Harvard Health


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