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Finally! [Apr. 11th, 2006|10:33 pm]
Posture Issues
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I'm finally about to start doing Rolfing. I find myself being somewhat scared.. I have alot of expectations, and maybe I'll just end up being disappointed. Anyway, alot of thoughts in my mind right now, I feel sort of high dreaming about how my body will look afterwards. Somewhat pathetic.. but fun =D

If anyone has any tips, something I should think about before doing it, or just any kind of input, feel free to inform me.

If the results are visible, I'll obviously post photos here, for educational purpose.. and perhaps because I'm vain as hell =)

And err.. sorry about my last post. Little too provacative eh? Well yeah I feel a little better now.


[User Picture]From: lil_p_jizzle
2006-04-24 03:32 am (UTC)
Your comments amuse me- only because I can relate. I have done a number of alternative treatments for my fairly severe scoliosis in order to avoid surgery. I have spent a lot of energy hoping to find something, anything that I could do for myself that would magically cure my condition and give me the perfect posture. I have been humbled to realize that sometimes you need to get other people's energy to help you too. I have had a great deal of success receiving Bowen and Ortho-bionomy treatments. The hardest part for me is not to go into my treatment thinking I will come out perfect, although that is my dream. I had to learn to stay positive without exact expectations and only then did I get the greatest benefit from other people. The same with my own workouts- as soon as I stopped expecting to perform and get a certain result I got stronger and felt better.
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From: keor
2006-04-26 03:35 pm (UTC)
Well yeah I wanna look perfect too =) But since I booked my first Rolfing session, a few weeks ago, I've definately lowered my expectations. I was planning on starting Rolfing later this year, August or so, so since Rolfing has been so far off, I've dreamt about how fantastic the results will be. Now that I'm starting it just next week, I just wish I'll see some kind of result. I mean, anything, the slightest change, will help.
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