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|Jun 02, 2009-|
Jun 02, 2009
07:15PM - 09:15PM
|Is "Good Posture" Bad for Your Back?|
2-hour Workshop to Transform Posture & Pain
Are you tired of having back or joint pain? You can learn how to be free of pain! Learning what is the underlying cause of your pain will enable you to make changes that eliminate your pain. Almost everyone in highly industrialized countries has adopted a modern posture that is misaligned and so pervasive we can't even see it. Many treatments don't address the underlying cause of pain.
Learning a set of simple, specific guidelines can bring you relief from pain anytime, anywhere. The same guidelines that take away your pain also straighten your spine!
Come to a 2 hour Balance Method workshop - "The 3 Myths That are Causing Your Back Pain". Mention this e-mail for your complimentary ticket!
IN PETALUMA: Tuesday, June 2 from 7:15-9:15 pm.
IN SAN RAFAEL: Saturday, May 30 from 12:30-2:30 pm.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Seating is limited. To register, call 707-658-2599 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do people in some countries have no back pain? 80% of the population in the United States suffers from back pain, compared to only 5% in many other countries, such as Portugal and Greece. These healthy people move slightly differently than we do. The teaching of the Balance Center is based on more than 35 years of research on these healthy populations. When you stand, bend, sit, walk, and sleep as these people do, your pain can be significantly reduced or eliminated.
SIX WAYS THIS APPROACH IS UNIQUE:
-Balance is based on studying healthy people
-No special devices, special equipment or special chairs are needed
-No exercises or radical positions are required
-Balance dramatically improves your posture
-You use this information immediately in your car, at work, even at the
-A slight shift in position brings relief
WHAT DO PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THE RESULTS OF BALANCE?
“I have successfully used Balance Center instructions as part of a comprehensive treatment program for my patients with painful spinal conditions.”
- William Firtch, M.D.
"This class was a revelation for me. It increased my awareness of being out of Balance and I learned simple changes I can make to become more balanced and pain free. It was powerful learning what I can do on a daily basis to avoid pain. Dana taught us simple techniques to use everyday to correct bad posture and live pain free. It’s given me hope and has been a life changing experience that has put me back in control ."
- Julie Shapiro, Oakland, CA
“I’ve tried almost all there is to try and Balance has taught me how to take care of my own back, rather than spending tons of money.”
- Clyde Lerner, Independent computer consultant
"Before I took the Balance class, I experienced chronic neck, low back, hip, and gluteal tension, in spite of the fact that I received weekly chiropractic adjustments. While taking the class, my tension decreased significantly. The tools I learned in the class also enabled me to teach basic sitting skills to patients which helped eliminate a major cause of recurring back pain for many of them."
-Jay Bunker, Chiropractor
Taught by Dana Davis, MA, Senior Certified Instructor by the Balance Center in Palo Alto and Certified Yoga Teacher. Class includes slides, practice sitting and bending in Balance, anatomy and individual hands-on guidance. Enrollment is limited. For more information, visit www.sonomabodybalance.com. For information about the Balance Center, visit www.balancecenter.com.
To register, call 707-658-2599 or e-mail: email@example.com
*** END PAIN AT THE SOURCE! ***
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