WELLNESS AT WORK
I am intimately familiar with the pains that come both from long hours at a desk.
When we’re just learning how to roll over, to sit up, to walk, we look for points of additional rigidity for support. That serves us well when we’re very young. But over time, we buid up too much stiffness and rigidity, and every time we get injured (whether physically or emotionally), even more gets added to the pile. Over time, we wind up with a passel of habits that are just “how we move.”
But humans are brilliant life-long learners, and you can learn new ways to move, so that your habits get better and more refined, allowing you to do all the things you do with more comfort and a lot less effort. In effect, you learn how to make better use of your skeleton so that you can “get out of your own way” and move with the kind of ease children take for granted.
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