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The number one secret to better posture!

The number one secret to improve your posture

is to build a stronger core!

You may roll your eyes at me and tell me this is not anything new. However, the way I teach it to you is uniquely different.

It’s less about doing all the crunch variation in the world; it’s about bringing your ribs into their ideal position for your body type.

You may ask, what’s the ideal position?
The answer: Where you can breathe more effortlessly

If you ever worked with me in the past, you know that I’m obsessed with learning new modalities and experimenting with them on my body first. Then massage it into something that I know my community needs.

Here is my insanely unbelievable result 👇🏻

Here are a few things I began noticing that don’t show in a photo:

⭕️ The tension in the right side of my body decreased tremendously.
⭕️ My bodyweight began feeling more equally distributed on my feet, less leaning on one side compared to another side

⭕️ My pelvis started moving effortless side to side, and I could feel my body working on a walk without thinking about it

⭕️ I maintained nasal breathing on long hikes without feeling the need to open my mouth or have a dry mouth

⭕️ My post-concussion neck tension began diminishing

⭕️ I feel taller, leaner and experience a lot less anxiety

After seeing the improvement, I began incorporating the teachings into my 1:1 client work and all The JUMP House membership classes (ie, M3 and BodyUp)

Here is what one of my 1:1 clients has to say

I know, insane.

As much as I love having these teachings be part of other things that I do, I knew deep down that’s not enough for starters.

That’s why I created my ultimate favorite class.

Length | a breathing class to improve your posture: https://jump.as.me/length

I know the time might not work for everybody; participants will access the recording for a limited time after that.

Book your spot and come to celebrate the magic of your breath with me!

Hedi Shah / Movement Specialist . Trauma-informed PT . Heart Resonance Therapist


“It’s not only about moving your body; it’s about connecting to your body when you move.”

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