An Exercise for Office Workers

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A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by a marketing rep for an ergonomic office furniture company.

We had a great conversation about the modern office environment, the Alexander Technique and posture.

At the end of the interview he asked me if I could share one exercise for office workers to do to at their workstations to help with their posture.

Sure, I said.
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The Space Between

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woman in red dress standing in meadow with arms outstretched

“Good posture is spready instead of squished,” is the sage advice of my colleague Lindsay Newitter’s 9-year-old daughter.

The 9-year-old’s quote was part of an article on stress, posture and the Alexander Technique that appeared in the New York Times last August.

How do you think of good posture? Often we think of an optimal shape or position we need to get into instead of a quality, such as a quality of being more “spready”, to quote my colleague’s daughter again.

But how do you achieve a more “spready” quality to your posture? Continue reading “The Space Between”