Learn strategies and movements that will help you break the vicious cycle of work, tension, and pain!
Have you ever noticed that your posture gets worse the longer you work? As translators and interpreters, we put in long hours. But while our brain works overtime, our body tends to be an afterthought—until discomfort, tightness, and pain make us sit up and take notice.
The good news is that most types of shoulder, neck, and back pain can be prevented, relieved, and even fully healed by means of gentle movement.
Join this webinar to learn strategies and movements that will help you break the vicious cycle of work, tension, and pain. Bring your questions and come prepared to move a little, learn a lot, and feel better afterwards.
You will learn how to
- Identify causes of work-related neck, shoulder, back and hip pain
- Relieve acute neck, back, and shoulder tightness with simple movements
- Use strategic movement breaks to guard against pain
- Manage situations when you are in pain but working on a tight deadline
- Evaluate what types of movement are suitable for you
About the Presenter
Eva Stabenow, MA, CT (DE<>EN), NCPT has always loved her work as a medical translator and digital health writer. She was devastated when chronic shoulder, neck, and wrist pain made it excruciatingly painful to do her job 10 years ago. After visiting every healthcare professional imaginable, she finally found relief through movement in the form of “corrective” Pilates and began to study the method with the goal of helping others find similar relief. Having completed a comprehensive 500-hour teacher training program and spent hundreds of hours teaching at local studios in Nashville, Tennessee, she fulfilled her dream of opening a home studio in 2018. At Sunroom Pilates, she loves to teach others—both online and in person—how to heal their bodies through movement.
Eva recently completed a graduate certificate in Public Health at the University of Alabama Birmingham and is currently working on her master’s in public health while also pursuing one of the most widely respected personal training certifications through National Academy of Sports Medicine.
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