Tag Archive for 'posture'

One of the coolest parts of my job is figuring out why people move the way they do. Our bodies are living, breathing, moving monuments to our history of experience. Take me, for example. I took ballet for thirteen years and have worked very hard for the past seven to rid myself of the automatic […]

Yesterday I offered up quotable quotes and info from some of the sessions I attended at the 2013 Ancestral Health Symposium.  Today, I finish off with more notes from the conference. Let’s dive in … Walk the Talk – Esther Gokhale, L.Ac. and author of [amazon_link id=”0979303605″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back[/amazon_link] S-shaped […]

Yesterday, I explained my recent epiphany that we women of Gen X never had a prayer to be anything but neurotic about food.  We were exposed to lessons in dieting, deprivation and self-flagellation when it comes to food and eating early in our maturation process. I wanted to toss another little Teen Works tidbit your way […]