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Posture pick me up!

 
Got a case of the Mondays? Then it’s high time for a posture pick me up!!!
Check out this mini session above to get a boost of energy, wake up sleepy muscles, and walk taller with confidence!
Did you love this and want a session designed just for you?
 
I’m doing a special on my POSTURE POWER UP session where you get:
🌟a posture analysis so you can see when you need to stretch and strengthen to bring your body into balance
🌟A customized session designed just for you that is recorded and yours to keep and use so you see and feel the shifts
🌟1 months access to my signature program YOGA AT MY DESK so you have loads of other tools and sessions you can use anytime!
 
Since it’s posture month I’m offering it a special rate of $99 so you save $100! Grab it while you can because I’m only offering 10 spots.
Are you ready to live, move, and feel your best? Then HERE to take advantage of this awesome deal!
 
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Take a mini Yoga Break with me to ease tension and boost your energy!

 

Take a mini Yoga Break to energize your body, ease tension and strengthen your upper back for better posture!

Loved that and want some more? Grab the free 10 minute Yoga Break to ease neck and shoulder tension right here.

See you next week @12pm HST/ 2pm PST/ 5pm EST on my Instagram page for Mondays with Megan!

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Desk job giving you neck and shoulder pain? Mini Yoga Breaks will help!

Have you ever said to yourself: It's not worth doing ______________

(fill in the blank with: Yoga or Stretching or Exercising) because I only have a few minutes?

If you have, you are definitely not alone! Learn more in this week's Vitality Tip!

It's funny how sometimes we use this logic on ourselves right?

By telling yourself: unless I have X amount of time, it's really not going to do any good or make me feel any better. FALSE! 

The truth is: every little bit counts and does have the potential to make you feel better! 

But the mind can be a funny thing sometimes. Talking you out of taking a few minutes to move, breath,  and stretch by spinning a story about how its pretty much a waste of time unless you can do it for a long time......weird logic! 

The truth is it is ideal to be moving your body frequently throughout the day, by getting up often, changing positions, moving around etc...all things that may not happen that often when you are working on a...

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Think working out will prevent sitting disease? Think again!

You work out, you get enough sleep, and drink half your body weight in water everyday and if you are like most people you will think this is enough to stay healthy....but here's the crazy thing: it isn't. Many people mistakenly believe that just because they exercise regularly that sitting all day won't effect them. But unfortunately this just isn't true. Even people that work out on a regular basis are still at risk for sitting disease.

Sitting disease...what's that?

Sitting disease is a collection of risk factors used to describe the negative health impacts of a sedentary (or in-active) lifestyle. These risk factors include: obesity around the mid section, high blood pressure, high blood sugar and high blood cholesterol. These factors make it far more likely that someone will get injured, get sick more often, get diabetes, develop chronic disease and even die younger.

Given that people sit anywhere from 7.8 to 11 hours a day sitting disease is becoming an epidemic in many...

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Under pressure: How slouching is taking a toll on us and what we can do about it right away!

It's hard to avoid. We may not even realize we are doing it. It's far more common that you might think.


What am I talking about?


SLOUCHING!

                                       

We have only to look at this very telling photo to get a clear picture of what is happening to our spines when we slouch.

                               

On the right we have Mr Blue, a shining example of strong posture. Notice how well aligned he is: ears over shoulders, shoulders stack over hips. This is the natural alignment of our spine; the one that allows easy movement, support for the spine, free flow of oxygen and energy.

On the left we have Mr Green: in the classically rounded over computer position. Notice how far forwards his shoulders are, not to mention his head! In a slouched C curve like this the amount of...

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Are your neck and shoulders sore and tight from sitting for long hours?

Try this 10 minute "Yoga at My Desk" video to relieve this tension, help you sit taller, and give you a boost of energy and focus right at your desk!