Pain Relief for the Office Worker: Part 2

For those of you who've tried sitting on the floor for a couple of days, have you noticed anything interesting with your body? I've been talking about sitting a lot lately - and for good reason: too many of us sit too much and too long. This causes muscles to become tight - in the hips, back, neck and shoulders. So for those of you who drive or sit on a daily basis, here are three new movements to do at your desk. If you're a teacher, therapist, writer or researcher, these easy movements will help you relax those overworked, frozen, and tight muscles.[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjmOINGfhG0]

Try these and let me know how you feel. I got an email from a friend in Italy telling me that she did these movements after a long day at her job and it helped a lot. So glad that Somatics is making its way to Europe!