Sitting Awareness

In today’s fast-paced world, we often find ourselves sitting for extended periods, which can lead to discomfort and even pain. But what if there was a way to sit more comfortably and listen to the hidden information that our bodies are trying to tell us? In this video from DMR Move, we dive into the world of exploring movement and positional boundaries to better understand what your body needs.

🧘‍♀️ Join us as we uncover the secrets of sitting comfortably by:

✅ Opening up to hidden body information

✅ Being aware of positional options

✅ Giving yourself permission to make small changes that feel better

🔍 The body hides information, but with the right approach, you can learn to decode its signals and discover a world of comfort and well-being. We’ll teach you how to be mindful of your body’s needs, experiment with different sitting positions, and make adjustments that can improve your overall comfort.

💺 By the end of this video, you’ll not only know how to sit more comfortably but also gain a deeper understanding of your body and the subtle messages it’s sending you. So, get ready to explore your positional boundaries, listen to your body’s hidden information, and transform the way you sit! 🚀

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