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A Breathing Exercise to Consciously Switch Your Nervous System Into Rest, Repair & Digest Mode

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 in Back Pain, Breathing exercises, Digestive Health, Fatigue, Habits, high blood pressure, Lack of Energy, Posture, stress release

Your breath is a simple yet powerful tool that is always accessible. No matter who you are, where you are or what what might be triggering stress, you can learn to use your breathing to switch yourself out of the instinctive “fight or flight” mode and back into a healthy, grounded state.

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Fabulous Abs in 5 simple moves

Posted on Dec 27, 2013 in About, Back Pain, Posture, Weight Loss

Photo credit: Stephen Ujjayi

Did the holidays take their toll on your waistline?  Is your back killing you from too much stress and not enough time to take care of yourself?  Why wait to the new year to get started on your resolution?  This quick Pilates-based abdominal routine takes less than 5 minutes.  Done several times a week, it will have your midsection toned, and your back supported in no time.  Enjoy!

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How Bad Posture Affects Blood Pressure, Causes Fatigue & Back & Neck Pain

Posted on Jul 14, 2012 in high blood pressure, Pain Management, Posture

Did you know that your posture can affect your blood pressure and causes fatigue, back and neck pain?

Postural therapy is proven to increase mobility, eliminate pain, improve stamina, decrease stress and enhance joint mechanics. In this new video I give you simple and powerful tips on why you need to learn good posture in order to prevent discomfort in the joints, back and neck pain, digestive issues, and even self esteem related issues!

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Breathe is Life

Posted on May 22, 2012 in Corrective Exercise, Digestive Health, Naturally Nancy, Posture

“There is nothing you can do without moving.”  ~Twyla Tharp

Breathing is the most essential movement we can do.  We breath 25,900 breaths/day, thanks to the diaphragm- your bodies muscle of inspiration and emptying.  It is potentially the most active muscle in the body, innervated by 13 different nerves!  Due to being closely linked to the limbic system, the diagphragm is one of the first muscles to respond to stress, along with the upper trapezius and levator scapula.

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Take a load off

Posted on Aug 16, 2011 in Corrective Exercise, Naturally Nancy, Posture

Undo the effects of sitting all day!  Stand tall, pain free.  Open your hips, release your low back.  Quick, simple and all you need is a tennis ball and your willingness to try it! Once you learn the series, you will be amazed at how good you feel in 2 minutes or less!

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Posture, what is it good for?

Posted on Apr 16, 2011 in Corrective Exercise, Naturally Nancy, Posture

It turns out that posture is important for a myriad of things. Sure great alignment makes you appear taller, leaner and more confident – and who doesn’t want that? However good alignment also allows you to move with ease, eliminates aches and pains, and can even save you energy in the long run (literally and figuratively).

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