COVID response

by Chris on March 31, 2020

Dear Friends –  I hope this finds you all well and safe.  COVID-19 has overtaken the world, precipitating big changes in lifestyle for all of us.  Hopefully, we will weather this storm smoothly and relatively quickly. The hands-on aspect of my work is paused, for the moment, which does create a few difficulties. 😉  Fortunately, […]


Sitting Disorder, part 2

by Chris on October 13, 2010

Here I was, all prepared to put together a post on how to use chairs more effectively when I discovered, to my delight (and chagrin), that I had ALREADY done a series of vids on chairs. Not wanting to repeat myself, I’m going to link to the relevant one HERE and move on to other […]


Sitting Disorder?

September 9, 2010

Thanks to everyone who has written in with their questions lately – I do apologize for not posting more often recently.  I moved my family across the country during the summer – not a small undertaking, it turns out. Now that we’re back into the routine of school (or, at least, getting used to the […]

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Does Good Ergonomics Equal Good Posture? pt. 2

March 18, 2010

Over the last twenty years, I’ve seen all manner of things come on the market for improving ergonomics and correcting posture.  All of them suffer from the same problems as I outlined in my last post. Let’s review the formula for having a happy, low stress (work) life: Individually adjusted ergonomics + good biomechanics + […]

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Does Good Ergonomics equal Good Posture?

February 8, 2010
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No. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s not that simple. I’ve had a number of people come in for sessions lately with arm and wrist issues, mostly related to their work (computers, offices, food service, bodyworkers).  They all have questions about the tons of stuff out on the ‘net about how […]

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Chairs – an intro

December 14, 2009

I get asked about chairs all the time: which is best, what works for me, why do I feel terrible at the end of the day, and why most of them are too uncomfortable for words. Have you wondered why your chair seems to get harder toward the end of the day? If you’re sitting […]

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Shoes – part 2

December 4, 2009

“So why,” you ask, “are shoes so important then, Chris?” Because the shape, density, size, last, lacing system and materials of the shoe will ‘suggest’ a way of moving that you will, even if subtly, adapt to over time.  This is very important because if it serves you, then that’s great.  If it doesn’t, then […]

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Shoes – helpful or not?

December 2, 2009

I get a lot of questions from folks about what type of shoes they have, what they should use, what their fitness guru/doctor/shoe salesman/dog told them that they should use.  The truth is that there is a lot of information out there – too much, most of the time. Here’s the thing to remember: most […]

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First things first

November 16, 2009

A guy walks into a doctor’s office and says to the doctor, “Doc, it really hurts when I move my arm like this (he demonstrates).” The doctor says, “OK,…. don’t do that anymore.” We’ve all heard that joke, right?  Why does it seem sometimes that you’re trapped inside a body that won’t quite cooperate with […]

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