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Deborah Ferrari. who is a professional fitness trainer would like to share some steps to ease tension.

Why is it hard to stay on track while traveling? Start with the distractions. If it’s not a smartphone diverting your attention, it’s a book or laptop, fast food or your travel companion. Distractions are not bad, mind you. They’re simply inevitable.

That’s why it’s so important to shift your priorities. Instead of checking social media and email the next time you sit down on a plane or train, how about tuning in to posture and body awareness?

It’s possible to improve posture, increase mobility and reduce stress at the same time. Help a client or friend increase body awareness by reading these steps to them. Use this activity any time you find yourself crammed into a seat for several hours. It’s a good one to memorize.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Sit with your feet completely touching the

floor, hip-width apart.

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Close your eyes and take

five deep breaths.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Find your neutral spine.

Tilt your pelvis forward

and backward, then come

to a neutral position—the

place that feels best for

your spine, hips and

shoulders.

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Do shoulder rolls and gentle movements until

the scapulae are in a comfortable (not perfect)

position.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Sit with your feet completely touching the

floor, hip-width apart.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Tilt the head right and left in a side bend.

Gradually add the rest of the spine. Repeat

five times. Then come back to center.

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Turn the head right and left gently. Gradually

add the rest of the spine. Repeat five times.

Then come back to center.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Protract, retract, elevate and depress the

scapulae gently five times. Find a comfortable

position for them.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Roll the wrists around. Spread out your

fingers over your thighs with palms up. Hold

this stretch for 5–10 seconds.

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Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Roll your ankles around five times each.

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

Presented by Deborah Ferrari

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Deborah Ferrari

Deborah Ferrari