These ideas have a great ideal approximation of how we might even think of using the spine. When using the SITTS cushions, we can understand what the model ideal is, maybe we can attain that ideal with a little coaching. The idea that the suspension between the bones is present to keep the body stable is always there.The discs learn to adapt to whatever you give it. So if you practice these ideas, maybe you can feel how you’re not tilting without the feel of suspension from your ideal presumption of how you should sit. Misalignment can happen so many ways, like tucking the pelvisRead More →

SittsPerfect - Lower Back Pain Relief and Lumbar Support Posture Cushion

Here are some great psoas muscle stretches. If I feel like the muscle is making my back tight, after sitting long hours, this muscle is tight and shortened. If we stood up every hour and just brought our leg behind as far as comfortable, we then look away from the leg (rotate a little). Hold for 30 secs. Whew! Hip pain just slips away! Try it and don’t make it even that big of a step back. Use a wall to keep your balance. This is why SITTS helps so much because it opens the hips. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmGPUbHS6mcRead More →

SittsPerfect - Lower Back Pain Relief and Lumbar Support Posture Cushion

Amazing how well this shows how we get into trouble with our whole body when we slouch. The results from slouching are not simply just going to go away. Happening to our kids, elderly and many office workers, or truck drivers and it’s an ongoing on a daily basis. Slowly over time, we reap the results. The video shows how we stretch out the back muscles to where they no longer support the spine, and disc pressure bulge out to the extent that they run into our spinal cord, nerves, or tender tendons. Slouching is easy, feels comfy, but this tucking under when we sitRead More →