We all know hugging feels good and releases some awesome endorphins which make you feel better.
But did you know there's a simple movement lesson you can do right now, in your chair, to increase your mobility and ease your back pain?
How does it work?
Through slow, gentle movements you can harness your own brain's plasticity to create functional changes.
Join me for a quick lesson and see for yourself!
This movement lesson is one of my student's favorites because it feels soooo good. Plus you can do it almost anywhere. I broke this lesson down into 2 lessons, so follow along with this first one and then head over to my "Free Video" section to find the second "Self Hug" lesson.
Grab a chair and become aware!
Take your time and enjoy hugging away your back pain.
Tired of Back Pain?
Tried everything and your back pain still keeps you from doing things you love? These free videos are for you!
Free video lessons are finally here!!!
I've been wanting to create a series of online videos for my peeps forEVER.
Well, as long as I've been a Neuromovement Practitioner. haha.
I LOVE teaching group lessons.
There's nothing like a group of nervous systems settling into awareness. It really is a magical thing to be a part of.
But I can't be everywhere at once.
Booooo... yeah, I know.
Life can be crazy for both practitioner and student. So when we can't connect in person, I am hoping a video will be the next best thing!
Hop on over to my "FREE VIDEO" section and check them out.
Right now I am focusing on chair lessons, as I have a larger goal of creating a series of videos just for folks recovering from a stroke, who are usually the most comfortable doing a movement lesson in a chair.
For my regular Neuromovement peeps, who love the floor lessons, I will be doing a series of lessons for the floor. I know my peeps love the floor! And I know my peeps will love these Mini Chair lessons too!
All of the FREE VIDEOS are short, around 6-10 min.
So perfect for a little break throughout the day.
Or how about a great way to START the day?
Or even to end the day?
Or for office workers who sit at desks all day?
Note the emphasis on DAY.
They are perfect anytime of DAY. EveryDAY!
PS... bonus points for those who find my "keeping-it-real" moment in one of the chair lessons. I love my cat, but sometimes she has horrible timing!
Jen Stewart is a mommy of 3 amazing kids and a practitioner of NeuroMovement™