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World Spine Day: Traditional Thai Massage To Help Posture

Posted by Thai Kosai

460 Days Ago


Sunday 16th October is World Spine Day (no, we’re not making it up, see www.worldspineday.org). Running since 2012, the event has done a great deal to raise awareness of spinal health and spinal disorders. Its theme this year is “straighten up and move”, with a focus on improving posture and the importance of exercise. With that... [read more]

Pregnancy and posture

Posted by Tim Marris

784 Days Ago


As any mother knows, pregnancy is a time of amazing changes. Not only does a baby grow from a single cell to a human being ready for life, but the mother's body also makes amazing changes too. An important aspect of these changes, are changes to her posture. During pregnancy the foetus grows in size and the... [read more]

Top tips for great posture!

Posted by Anna Collins

825 Days Ago


The Polished Onion - Top Tips on how to ensure you’re putting your best foot forward in the workplace (literally!) from a body language perspective. The posture protocol from the Downton Abbey era might have seemed strict, but it certainly bred a generation of well-presented ladies: keep your head up (remember the balancing books on your... [read more]


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