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Posture is Not a Position — 4 Comments

  1. Great post! Thank you. I am going to link to it within my 30 Days of Singing celebration. We’re on the final day of the first topic: posture- so timing is perfect. Next: allowing the air IN! Yes, breathing, a vast topic, but for the next 6 days we will try to capture the essence of it at least.

  2. I appreciate the active notion of posture as a verb: It invites a dynamic exploration of the relationship between the head and the top of the spine and invites a connection between the torso, limbs and the ground. Once we consider this dynamic relationship we are open to change at any moment.

    • Thanks for your comment Gabi. And good to be open to change because as the saying goes, “there is nothing more constant than change”

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