Freeing up the Neck and Shoulders


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Corner Kenneth St & River Rd West,, Longueville, New South Wales, 2066, Australia
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Saturday, 19 Mar 2016
8:15am - 10:30am
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* Are you a desk sitter?  


* Has your discomfort become normalised, and you're shaping your life around it?  


* At 3am, after many pillow reconfigurations and position shifts, are you still unable to get comfy and sleep well?  

* Is your regular practitioner's (chiro, physio etc) magic just not helping anymore?  


* Are you a heavy user of technology devices?  


  • Are you a new Mum, posture-adjusting to nursing your baby?  


This 2.15hr workshop with Mitch (Michelle) Gibson will explore practical ways to 

free up the neck, shoulders and thoracic spine (upper back).


You'll also receive as a TAKE HOME BONUS

A 10-minute Home Practice for freeing up the neck & shoulders.


We get a new skeleton every 7 years.  

Bone is forming & reforming.  

Even though it has a DNA template, bone also grows in response to stress.  

Muscle begins to pull on bones, changing one's alignment.  

There is quite a bit of plasticity in our skeleton over time (less as we get older) 

 so the work we do to maintain a healthy spine has huge relevance and should be prioritised. 


Food for thought. 

Dodgy Necks.  

What happens below (the neck), often affects what's above. 

Often neck pain comes from thoracic (upper back) imbalance, weakness or immobility.  


Desk sitting. 

If you sit in the one position for more than 7-8 hrs a day (regardless of physical health), your chance of major illness is radically increased.  


"Sitting is the new smoking"   


Our bodies and our cells need to move to stay healthy. 

Desk-sitting immobilises the thoracic spine (upper back), tightens up the shoulders and 

shortens the back of the neck; 

an ideal recipe for neck and shoulder pain. 



Included for $69

Includes 2.15 hour workshop AND bonus 10min Home Practice sequence.

Schedule / Itinerary

Sunday 20th March 8:15am - 10:30am.