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:

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.”

Healthy Living

I wish I could tell you all you need to live a healthy and thriving life is to eat healthily and exercise regularly, but this is far from the truth. 


The quality of your inner landscape, how you process your emotions, and how safe you feel inside could contribute to your overall health a lot more than just a healthy lifestyle. 


I battled with anger and unbearable rage for years; I smiled in one minute and lost my temper a second after that, especially towards people I cared about the most. The more I tried to control and suppress my anger, the more out of control it became. This pattern continued until I learned to sit with my anger. It came as a shock when I recognized my anger was coming from emotional hurt and even more shocking to realize how disconnected I felt from my emotions. 


When I was reading the book “When The Body Says No” by Gabor Mate, the part that got me the most was when cancer scientists studied a mixed group of cancer and non-cancer cases and showed them a series of disturbing images. The participants were asked to write how they feel after seeing those images while being monitored by stress devices. The result was mind-blowing. The people with cancer showed a significant disconnect between what they thought they felt and what they actually felt. 


This disconnection at some point protected us from getting more hurt, but what if we no longer need to suppress those emotions? What if we could live a more thriving life by unburdening our emotional pains? 


The Uplifted Series are addressing the topics that are left out from a lot of healthy living conversations. In these events, I am committed to bringing you excellent resources and practitioners that guide you through creating safety in your body so you can return home. 


This month, we have Juliana Herlaar. She is a spiritual counselor and works by weaving ancestral acknowledgment, inner child healing, emotional understanding, somatic practices, meditation journeys, and the power of connecting emotions to communication and boundaries with her clients. 


Come and join us to tap into your body’s infinite wisdom.


This 90-min session has two parts:


❶ A dialogue around understanding why we disconnect from our bodies from a psychological and physiological perspective. And why it’s essential to reconnect to the bodies’ inherent knowing of what it needs to do to shift emotions, thoughts, trauma & beliefs that keep us stuck. 


❷ A practice session of the Non-Linear Movement Method that allows the body the opportunity to lead, shift thoughts, move emotions, connect to sensuality, experience pleasure, move discomfort. It’s done on the floor with music.


After this event, you have a better understanding of:


✦ How & why we become disembodied 

✦ How disembodiment leads to people-pleasing & a disregard for own experience, intuition & beliefs. 

✦ How the body leads & how to listen to it through the Non-Linear movement practice. 

Looking forward to seeing you there! Click on the button below to book your spot.

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.”