PostureRX Online Program Free Demo

Check out lesson one from the Foundation PostureRx video series. The PostureRx program is exactly what you have been looking for if you want to improve your posture and relieve pain. The stresses of sitting all day at work or the wear and tear of activities like running or fitness classes affect many people. Joint stiffness, aching muscles and poor posture are common symptoms. If this sounds like you, PostureRx program can definitely help. The techniques in these videos are built to be easy! The videos are 10-15 minutes long and highly effective at unwinding muscle tension and poor posture that has accumulated over the years. Try out this free video below to get a sense of how the PostureRx program can make the changes you are looking for.

To get the complete Foundation PostureRx program that covers shoulders, neck, low back, hips and more CLICK HERE. We also have the Advanced PostureRx series available for more in-depth muscle release and strengthening techniques.

Routine #1: This is Movement Medicine for Shoulders, Upper Back & Neck

Shoulders, Upper Back and Neck

Your exercises for this routine are:

  1. Spinal reset with breathing and arm circles
  2. Cross spine with arches and then lift and roll
  3. Upper shoulder release with the Tennis balls
  4. Supine elbow kisses
  5. Quardraped scap pushups
  6. Standing shoulder movements with a strap
  7. Wall neck


We direct our focus to the upper back, neck, and shoulders, an area that constantly needs attention and care. Common conditions associated with this area are rounded shoulders, head forward posture, achy necks and painful shoulder joints.

The exercises we chose in this routine are about drawing your attention to the shoulder blades and upper back. As you perform the exercises, focus your attention on the feeling of the shoulder blades as they move and slide around your ribcage throughout the exercises. The realization of this movement is a key component of this routine

Our goals for this routine are:

·       Begin creating body awareness through movements of the shoulders and upper back.

·       Begin to reset and realign the spine and shoulder girdle.

·       Improve chest and shoulder mobility.

Spinal reset, the first technique, is fantastic for opening your spine and drawing your shoulders back. Many people really appreciate coming home from work and performing this technique, plus the arm motions, as a stand-alone exercise to release stress from the day.

The cross-spine position will bring more space and movement to your upper back as you introduce new motion to your spinal joints. If there is discomfort in this exercise the roller is likely too low towards your waist. Move it up an inch or two and it should feel nice.

The trapezius release is perfect for anyone who has stiff upper shoulders and neck and something you may want to do through out your day for added benefit.


Medical Disclaimer

Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. Consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate exercise prescription. If you experience any pain or difficulty with these exercises, stop and consult your healthcare provider.