Posture is the relative alignment of your body parts to one another and means different things when you are sitting, standing and dancing.
Having correct posture places your muscles and joints in the correct position to work at their optimum efficiency
Here are 3 simple steps you can take to help your posture:
1. Think tall – just by thinking tall, lifting your chest and looking straight ahead you improve your posture.
2. Sit straight – do not slouch – at school, home or work.
3. Keep your chin tucked in so that your ears are in line with your collarbone.
Skeletal Therapist, Dell-Maree Day, from The Sydney Posture School says, “I have spent 30 years involved in sport for children and adults and I have been astounded by all that ‘Physie’ offers both girls and women.
It develops healthy, responsive muscles and quite literally transformed my daughter’s physique. The dance based curriculum strengthens and lengthens muscles simultaneously and ‘physie’ bodies are based first and foremost in good posture. This is a lifelong asset.
Unique to ‘Physie’, the physical body challenge is appropriate for girls and women of all body types and abilities. As a result this helps girls/women build self-confidence and great body awareness which has been the case for my daughter. It is her fourth year of ‘Physie’ at the Mosman Physical Culture Club. This club has taught my daughter so much about etiquette, sportsmanship and personal challenge in an environment of fun and friendship.
I am so glad we found Mosman Physie as the teachers are exceptional and dedicated to the girls and women of the club.
I highly recommend Mosman Physie to any mother and daughter who is looking for healthy challenging exercise that has a strong history and tradition yet is so current, effective and fun.”