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Sitting Posture

sitting posture 4. Sitting posture

Practice sitting with an upright torso, the sides of the torso extending and the head resting comfortably on the neck. Bring your hands down to the seat of the chair and roll the shoulders back, bringing the shoulder blades into the back.

Some of the following poses can be done either standing or sitting. If you are seated, move forward on your chair and place your feet firmly in the ground, press your thigh bones into the chair and extend your torso upwards with your shoulders dropping down. If you are standing, remember to keep your feet planted firmly in the ground and your legs strong.

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