Jean Couch wants you to know why your back hurts and what to do about it
Discover what you are doing that is hurting your back. Discover what you can do to make your back better.
In this seminar you don’t just sit around, you participate.
In one short seminar you will have a few specific guidelines when you sit
In your car
At your desk
At the movies
That will simultaneously decrease the pain in your back and improve your posture.
This is the beginning of a journey. The more you know, the better you will be.
People love this very unique BigTalker event. It is a big surprise and everyone feels physically better at the end of the hour – you’ll see!
"My back is never sore after these. While at first glance my poses don't seem as deep as they did when I bent whatever I could to get my hand on my toe or whatever, I have seen more progress in hip opening after 5 or 6 weeks of Balance Center yoga classes than I experienced in the previous 4 years of other classes. I now use Jean's suggestions in other classes as well. Now I feel the poses much more in my big muscles and much less in my back. I don't use the Advils anymore."
--D.E., Patent Attorney
"The evening prior to my first Spinfulness session, I attended a concert. I could barely sit through it due to chronic neck pain and shoulder tension. At intermission I needed to walk around for relief. The next day, after attending my first Balance session, I went to a concert in the same theater. I was so much more comfortable that I didn't even get up at intermission, but read a book instead."
--B.J., piano teacher
"The results I experienced from the Spinefulness class were phenomenal. I now can sit or stand comfortably for extended periods of time, usually with no pain at all. Also, I can sit comfortably at my office throughout the day - what a relief!"
--J.S., real estate agent
Jean Couch is a seasoned speaker having taught everyone from medical doctors, students from kindergarten to post docs, massage therapists, venture capitalists, pain patients, athletes, teachers, gardeners, people of all ages, people in all conditions, people who engage in all activities who have unconsciously adopted modern posture.