Postural Therapy Condition #3

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This routine is for those who have a posterior pelvic tilt, and flattened S-curve in the lower back. Some women who complain about having a flat butt and not being able to lift the glutes into a round shape, might be those suffering from this postural deviation. This routine will help you to put your hips into the neutral position and fix all the muscle imbalances you might have. The key is to do this routine as often as... [more]

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24 comments on “Postural Therapy Condition #3”

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    Private  |  Astoria, OR, USA

    Hi Zuzka, I am definitely Condition 1. Maybe a little 2? Would you recommend just sticking with Condition 1 or are all of these exercises beneficial for your posture regardless? Also, because these are so time consuming in addition to our regular workouts (if done more than once a week) it would be so great if you could do a few different shorter videos that maybe take 5-15 min in total for maintenance. Even all listed in the same post would be great. I noticed some of the exercises are the same regardless of condition so maybe if there’s some basic exercises that are great for all. Also, maybe a recommendation or series for stationary poses (like the one where you lay on the floor with your leg on a chair) if we wanted to listen to that 30 min therapy thing 🙂 just some thoughts!!

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    Private  |  Castellon de la Plana, Spain

    It feels SO good afterwards, very energizing! Needed it, together with Lowerback pain #2 postural therapy I can feel a great release in pain and much easier to mantain posture on the chair later on 🙂

    Best of all, you can do meditation while at the 10min laying exercises. All in one for busy people!! ^^

    Thank Zuzka for putting all this together and having created this amazing community!

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    Private  | 

    Hello Zuzka, Thank you for teh postural therapy! I am just wondering (and maybe I am not alone), when I do my postural therapy routine, my muscles almost always (it doesn´t matter which exercise I do) become “woody”. I know, that proper form is essential, so I am not sure if I am doing st wrong? Thank you!

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    Private  |  Tokyo

    Can I be condition #1 and #3 at the same time?
    I have an excess arch on my lower back and my arms tend to go forward like in #1, but when I’m standing for a while I tend to push my hips forward and tailbone under like in #3.

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