Posture Break Tip #2, Body Works Physiotherapy North Vancouver

Posture Break Tip #2

Do you sit at a computer all day? Watch this video to show you how to feel better and be more productive – just taking a posture break every 30-60 minutes can help.

Helps alleviate neck pain, headaches, back pain and all of the other troubles that happen when we sit all day. Simple tips you can do on your own to move better and feel better!

Hi this is Dana Ranahan at Body Works Sports Physiotherapy in North Vancouver and we’re here today to talk about some posture break tips. We’ve left a tip before about seating yourself back in the chair and keeping your neck long. So some of the other things that you can do, every 30 to 60 minutes in the day, you should be taking a break. Sometimes just standing up doing a little side bend stretch, trying to open up through your waist, keeping your neck nice and long as you do that will help do it and then coming back into the chair. That’s something simple you can do. If you feel that you can’t get out of the chair, you can even do that in the chair. Take a nice deep breath in and out and stretching. So that’s a nice posture break. Try to find something you can do every 30 to 60 minutes to break your posture. Sometimes it’s just looking away from the screen will help your eyes to readjust. If you have any questions check out our website at