Linda Schiller was inspired to devise this easy stretching technique by watching the positions taken by her babies. She noticed how they naturally placed their bodies to counteract the foetal position and aid upright posture. We’ve lost this body self-awareness with our modern lifestyle, hunched over desks and computers, which takes us back to the curled foetal position. By passive stretching regularly, we can counteract this effect and regain good posture and mobility.
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