6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Child's Posture

While many people associate posture with sitting up or standing, good posture is actually something we can promote in every aspect of movement. To find models of good posture, look no further than the next toddler you encounter. As seen in the first image, this toddler is playing on the floor with his upper body turned away from his lower body, yet he is remaining upright and lengthened in this activity. The reason that toddlers can maintain upright posture so effortlessly is because they haven't yet been exposed to excessive sitting--particularly sitting in chairs. Toddlers may sit and play on the floor, but as most people with young children know, they get up and move about quite freque

Why is it so Hard to Change?

At some point in our lives, we have probably come across someone or several people that told us that we should change something about ourselves. It could have been a casual suggestion like a new hairstyle, a personal probe about our health and diet, or social concern about how we come across to others. For most people, unsolicited inferences can put us on the defense and imply that we are doing something wrong and need to be corrected. That's not to say that there can't be any truth to others' observations--or advice. But on the other hand, how good does it feel to be judged? If each of our starting points are unique, then our capacity to change will be relative and somewhat contingent upon

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