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Massage For Bad Posture
# 1 : Monday 16-5-2016 @ 12:22
I like a lot of people spend a lot of time in front of a computer which aint good for posture

I was thinking of going to see a masseuse about it as it might help me straighten out a bit

Anyone recommend one in Dublin to go see
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# 2 : Monday 16-5-2016 @ 12:40
Maybe the Alexander technique might be better for you, a massage won't straighten you out.
# 3 : Tuesday 13-9-2016 @ 11:37
I use a guy that deals with this. Dene Hickey in Dun Laoghaire, check out his site maybe.
# 4 : Wednesday 14-9-2016 @ 15:16
I do a range of stretches every night before bed, including spinal stretches.
Helps me sleep better and has relieved lower back pain.

You should try it out for a week and see if it helps.
# 5 : Friday 16-9-2016 @ 00:28
Looking super in that last pic Super. I use similar exercises taught to me by my osteopath when i'm feeling a bit stiff, lying on your back,turn your top body in one direction and your lower torso (legs) in the opposite direction, stretch,alternate and repeat.
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