Welcome back mind-body students! I hope you all made a smooth transition during daylight savings, and are staying active even though it is getting darker earlier in the day! Speaking of which, a great way to stay active in the winter is with one of my online Udemy courses.
This week, we present an introduction to my course for Alleviating Upper Back Pain with Tai Chi and QiGong. This is one of my most popular, most well reviewed, and most commonly requested courses! As we all know, upper back and neck problems are becoming more and more common as people spend more and more time at their desk jobs, and on computers and phones.
Just like my last course intro, for my lower back pain course, this course is very focused on fixing upper back and neck issues. However, it does contain helpful techniques and Tai Chi principles that you can apply to your whole body health, not just your upper back and neck.
Unlike lower back issues, which usually just cause pain and stiffness, upper back and neck issues can cause stress, tension, headaches, migraines, and more, in addition to the pain and stiffness that any health issues can cause. This course is not just a physical therapy program for the upper back and neck: it is a total system of wellness (mind, body, and spirit), that you can apply across your entire health and prevention journey.
This course consists of 67 lecture videos, which total over 3 hours of video time that includes both learning and practicing each technique.
What are the requirements?
Willingness to invest 20 minutes a day to relieve and end your lower back pain
What am I going to get from this course?
Relieve and end your upper back pain
Provide the tools that will allow you to live a more enjoyable and pain free life
Prevent future injuries to your upper back
Learn basic Tai Chi & Qi Gong techniques
Learn to relax and reduce stress
Learn some meditation and deep breathing techniques
Who is the target audience?
Anyone who suffers from acute or chronic upper back pain
People who sit at a desk much of the time and have upper back pain and stiffness
People who would like to be more active again
Stay at home moms
Athletes who have recurring upper back pain
I hope you, or someone you know who has neck and upper back issues, will invest in this course, and invest in not only getting relief from their symptoms, but also preventing future symptoms and working toward a system of total health!
See you next week! Happy stretching, deep breathing, empty your mind, strengthen your energetic system, and evoke your spirit!