If bad posture is getting in the way of life, you owe yourself Posture Crown

How to correcting  posture with Posture Crown
Keeping your body upright is both healthy and attractive. Correct posture relieves stress on your vertebrae and decreases muscle tension. Well balanced spine prevents stiffness, and back related pain. It’s because for every inch your head is tilted, you add ten pounds to the weight that your back and neck have to carry. A fact!

Researchers now have shown, strong posture not only makes you look confident. It actually helps the person to feel more confident.

Experts long used carrying a book on head as method of choice to improve posture. It uses body’s natural alignment function to straighten up your body. Physiotherapists call it proprioception. In a nutshell, it trains internal sensory system, and muscles that keeps your body upright.

Posture Crown offer a way to make the process fun, easy and suitable to modern life. It kind of works like how kids learn to balance on a bike using side wheels. Once you learn to wear it, you can take off and your spine eventually learns to stay perfectly balanced. It also triggers general sense of long term postural awareness. A few minutes a day and after a few weeks you only need it occasionally.

Remember, experts can only give you advice, but the only person who can improve your posture is you! You can now fix your posture using this DIY therapy with very little cost, and do it at your own pace.

 

Let’s get fit and confident

 

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Therapist Uses Posture Crown to correct posture

What is the basic idea behind Posture Crown?

Posture Crown is a soft pad about the weight of a book around 1.5 pounds. Like a little crown, you can put on and off on demand. You tilt your body too much and it slides off.
The basic idea is to train your body for a few minutes a day to feel the sensation of what correct alignment is, and turn it into a habit. It kind of works like training wheels on side of bikes that keeps kids from tilting.

What makes this therapy so convenient?

Posture Crown therapy is super easy to fit into everyday life. After the first couple of sessions, the sensation of wearing it fades away so you can just focus on something else. Like a hat, you can wear it and move your body enough to do regular activities like reading, watching TV, computer work, or walking.

How long does this therapy take?

We recommend you wear it for five to ten minutes a day for four weeks. After a couple of weeks you notice visible results. You can opt in for a free four week long therapy where you are guided by weekly instructional emails. By the end of the therapy your body will trained to keep a good posture.

Does this therapy really work?

This reason this therapy works so well to correct posture is because it targets what posture experts call righting reflex. Righting reflex corrects the orientation of your body when it is taken out of its normal upright position.

Headweighing adjusts your body’s righting reflex by repeating correct sensory alignment. In other words, wearing Posture Crown helps to align your spine perfectly while getting used to keeping it. Kind of like how kids learn to ride a bike. Getting used to a perfectly aligned body is the key to this method’s success for long terms treatment.

How much does the Posture Crown cost?

The Posture Crown and opt in therapy only cost 24.99 included shipping in the US. As part of the therapy you can opt in to receive one email instruction a week for four weeks to motivate and guide the therapy. This is much less than the cost of one visit to any therapist. For information on bulk discounts or gifts visit our shop.

Any scientific research on this therapy?

Yes. Headweighting has been the subject of scientific studies. Just read conclusion of two scientific studies in our testimonials. Both studies show positive results on this this type of therapy.

Can I look at the user instructions?

Absolutely. Just visit our page on user instructions here.

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