A groundbreaking revolution in using posture to manage stress, tension, and negative behavior in one simple manual. The methods reflect cutting edge research in behavioral techniques and ancient insights into the best and most natural ways to release stress and transform your posture, attitude, and perception.
Easy to follow, dramatically simple to do, a must-have handy guide for busy people everywhere.
Relieving pain is one of the primary goals of changing your posture and The Change Your Posture, Change Your Life workbook is designed to help you do just that. Safely, naturally, organically, effectively.
Are you stressed? Do you need relief from neck pain? Would you like to release pain from your back and shoulders?
A revolutionary method to release your pain, manage stress, and reduce tension and negative behavior in one simple manual.
Used by thousands of people around the world, the techniques reflect the latest research in behavioral methods together with ancient insights into the most natural ways to release pain and stress, helping you to transform your posture and discover the most comfortable way to live in complete harmony with your body.
Pain killers dull the pain but they can't do the job indefinitely. Now doctors and wellbeing specialists are encouraging more and more people to work with better methods to tackle the causes of discomfort and find effective ways to relieve it.
Easy to follow, simple to do, an essential handy guide for busy people everywhere.
Join the thousands of individuals who have benefited from these techniques and experience the difference in your life. Ten days. Ten simple steps. The pathway to transformation.
©2014, 2015 Greg Parry (P)2015 Greg Parry
I was looking for a better self-help book to correct my posture but the information in this book is pretty basic and even most of it questionable. I listened all the way to the end but found nothing that I would apply in my daily life. Plus, the voice tone of the speaker almost put me to sleep. It was so difficult to follow.
The speaker could talk with a bit more liveliness and excitement.
I would re-write the book.
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