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Jean Couch, March 7, 9pm EST

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This Thursday, Jean will talk about- Why is there a higher prevalence of back pain in industrialized nations? Does posture relate to back pain? What about those living with chronic pain? What correction would you make to the posture of a typical American? What small change could our listeners make today to ease back pain? What is the history of "Balance"? Where did it come from? Talk about the process of Balance, how long does it take, what can a person expect? What are the best parts, what are the hardest parts?Will we ever understand why our backs ache? And must we contemplate drastic measures such as surgery or medications to ease the pain? Not necessarily, says Jean Couch, author of The Runner's Yoga Book and producer of Your Pain Free Life (DVD). Jean is the founder and co-director, with Jenn Sherer, of the Balance Center in Palo Alto, CA, where they have developed methods for teaching concrete guidelines for pain-free posture. Jean currently teaches at Stanford University, and Silicon Valley corporations such as Google, Xerox, SLAC and group and private classes in Palo Alto, San Francisco, and Berkeley. She educates doctors, osteopaths, massage therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists and all those who want to know how they can relieve the pain in their backs, and aches in their joints.View her web site at www.BalanceCenter.com and send inquiries to info@BalanceCenter.com

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