Hands, knuckles and shoulders. Let your hands drop down to your sides. If your knuckles are facing forward, then it means your shoulders are slumped. Ideally your thumbs or palms would be forward.
Chin, and neck. Good posture is about relaxation. Let your chin drop down, and let your neck get longer, as you relax.
When babies first learn to sit they naturally lengthen the spine. This is the position that requires the least muscle strength. Babies are essentially balancing in the sitting position as opposed to holding themselves there, which means their muscles are relaxed and their bones are holding them up. The 4 year-old slump Around preschool age […]