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Proper Sitting Posture

In the age of cyber and hi-tech, so many of us spend much of our lives sitting. And, if you're a university or yeshiva/kollel student, you're in the same club of those whose spend a good half of their waking hours sitting. The way a person sits has a profound impact on his or her overall health; for that reason, correct sitting posture is something we all should know and be cognizant of. In this 6-minute vid, we use a balance ball to demonstrate the optimum way to sit. Enjoy it and have a lovely new week:

Proper Sitting Posture from lazerbrody on Vimeo.

Comments

Kathryn Kelly

Dear Rabbi Brody, Thank you for all your beautiful advice. When I was a child, my stepmother would come behind us and run her thumb up our spine to remind us to sit up straight. Of course, we resented that, but years later I found out how important to up straight, hold myself erect so I am allowing my organs the proper room they need. She also taught us to dress and conduct ourselves modestly, and I am very grateful now for those priceless lessons!

I am so glad you were able to return to Eretz Yisrael, I will continue to daven for the refuah sheleimah of your mother.

May Hashem bless you and your family, and all of Klal Yisrael with only good, and be patient with each one of us that we might all merit to return to Him in teshuvah sheleimah! So may it be His will!

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