Category Archives: office anatomy

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Corner Office Anatomy – Are You Ready To Give Up On Your Hamstrings?

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If you work in a job that requires you to sit at a desk for hours on end, then you likely have tight hamstrings – and you likely have imagined that you are hopelessly “not flexible” because of it. But before you give up on the backs of your legs, know that there is reason to be optimistic (and it’s easier than you think). Continue reading

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Corner Office Anatomy – Keep Your Knees Healthy

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In this segment of my Corner Office Anatomy series I’m focusing on a part of the body that endures a lot from your desk sitting work lifestyle: the knees. It’s not that your knees are being overworked by sitting in your chair … Continue reading

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Corner Office Anatomy – How To Use Your Chair to Relieve Your Lower Back

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In this segment of my Corner Office Anatomy series I’m focusing on a part of the body where almost everyone has or will experience pain: the lower back. Why is lower back pain so unavoidable? Well, as with all body experiences, the answer … Continue reading

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Corner Office Anatomy – How To Ease Your Upper Back

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We are a desk-sitting culture. Even with all my yoga practicing and teaching, I still sit at a desk far more than my body appreciates. And I know many of you do too. We all know this: proper posture is … Continue reading