By Dr. Marta Adelsman
Life Coach in Communication and Consciousness
(June 12, 2015)
Recently I decided to use my practice of jogging to improve my posture. As Bella trots beside me, her little white cockapoo legs a blur, I focus on how I carry myself: core tight, rib cage lifted, shoulder blades together, chin back, breath-in, breath-out, left-right, left-right.
In years past, I have often sat or stood round-shouldered in an attempt to shield myself from potential emotional pain. For years I had a low opinion of myself, moving through life apologizing for my wants, my needs, and my existence. With my body in a hunched-over position, I had a very nice view of the ground. Read More→