We all know that sitting in one position all day isn’t good for us, but either is standing in one position. Take a tour of my home office dynamic workstation to get ideas on ways to keep moving while working on the computer. From a standing workstation to a squatting workstation.
Think outside the chair!
I’ve also added a futon workstation. Position a rolled up towel or styrofoam dome under the ASIS to encourage hip extension. Pubic symphysis on the futon or floor.
Stretching my adductors while I read. Make sure you lock the door first!
Resources: Are you standing or leaning on the job? How you stand matters. Read more here. How to do the pelvic list that is in the video. Click here.
Update 08/27/15: Katy Bowman and Mark Sisson created this amazing package. The program is called Don’t Just Sit ThereandI highly recommend it!
Align your toes to their natural position without having to think about it. Correct Toes™ can help correct or prevent bunions, corns, ingrown toenails, heel pain, plantar fasciosis, neuromas, lower leg pain, and runners’ knee. Read more about Correct Toes™ HERE.
Update: I’ve recently added the Topo Mat to my dynamic workstation. The Topo Mat keeps you moving. This video is a sampling of the different ways I move on the Topo Mat.
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Hi, I'm Barbara Loomis. I specialize in several forms of abdominal therapies for reproductive and digestive health. What lights me up is to see people connect with the inner beauty and wisdom of their bodies.