Here is a picture of my back. I have radiating pain from my thoracic spine down into my left hand. My left shoulder is slightly higher than the right. I have taken steps to improve my posture by tucking in my chin and rolling back my shoulders as the book discusses.
50 min 52 sec ago
09/10/2008 - 8:36pm
It's not responsible to give you any definitive advice based on pretty slender information, but some posture avenues that might be helpful are:
1. Continue with gentle neck lengthening and shoulder rolls.
2. Pelvic position is usually the root cause of upper body misalignment (head and shoulders protruding forward), so work on that. Before you do this, though, you need to work on legnthening your spine. This may or may not be a factor exacerbating your upper body issues - hard to tell without seeing you.
3. Especially for asymmetries / imbalances, I look to excellent bodyworkers to amplify the effects from any posture enhancements you succeed in learning.