Do you suffer from recurring neck or back pain?

According to a 2017 study of trends in the diagnosis of painful neck and back conditions from 2002 to 2011, among adults 60% to 80% will experience back pain and 20% to 70% will experience neck pain that interferes with their daily activities during their lifetimes. [1]

The authors of this study point out that neck and back pain problems are pervasive and associated with chronic pain, disability, and high healthcare utilization.

The vast majority of back and neck pain complaints are, the authors state, characterized as non-specific and self-limiting, but with a high frequency of recurrence.

In simple terms what this means is that people who suffer from neck and back pain suffer from it time and time again and the traditional exercises that are often given to help ease their pain simply do not work.

They may give some immediate relief of symptoms, but they fail to address the cause.

As a Feldenkrais Practitioner the question I always ask my students to consider is this:

What is it you are doing, habitually and unconsciously that may be causing the problem?

Often when a student comes to me and complains of a stiff neck, I ask them to look up or down and it often comes as a complete revelation to them for me to point out that the only thing that is not so ‘stiff’ is their neck but everything below the neck which is not moving. 

It is not that the student cannot move the rest of their spine to look up and down, but they have developed an unconscious habit of not doing so and as a result the neck and shoulder muscles are doing far more work than they need to do.

The reason the exercises that you are often recommended to do by all the so-called ‘experts’ on YouTube and the internet don’t work is that they don’t help you to change the way that you are organising your movement and the use of your neck, head and arms.

If you want to break the cycle of recurring neck and back pain, you need to change the way that you think about how you are organising your movement. 

The Benefits:

The 8 lessons in this course will help you to do this.

On a purely physical level the many variations will begin to challenge and change your usual way of moving.

The lasting benefits though come from the way you learn to integrate the movements of your head, neck, shoulders, and arms with your spine and pelvis as you develop new, less harmful habits of self-use in all your daily activities.

You may be thinking that you are too old to change now but everything we learn about neuroplasticity and our brain’s amazing ability to learn means that improvement has little to do with our age but how we pay attention to what we are doing.

I look forward to sharing this journey with you. The 8 Fit Sit lessons can all be done at home as often as you like and whenever you like and represent a huge saving of time and money.

No trips to the gym, no special clothing and no special equipment. All you need is a chair to sit on.

I suspect there isn’t a price you would put on what it means to have a more pain free use of your neck and shoulders but by enrolling on this course you will be saving hundreds of pounds/dollars.

Course value: £480.00 

Couse price £80.00 before local taxes (£96 with taxes)

That’s a saving of £384!

All courses come with a 30 days money back guarantee.


About me:

I am a UK based movement specialist, author of 'The Fit Sit Revolution' and Feldenkrais Practitioner. I am passionate about helping people to live the lives that they want to live through better movement. I realised that so many people would like to improve their movement but often don't know where to begin and that's why they start to fail as they age.

The secret of better movement is the ability to organise your movement through efficient weight transference using your skeleton and centre to support you rather than just muscles. The Fit Sit® programme is a fantastic way of learning how to do this. If you cannot move well in a chair you are not going to be able to move well in walking, standing or other more athletic activities such as running, cycling, golf or tennis. Please join me on this learning journey and you will be amazed at just how quickly you can progress and transform your own movement.