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Prevent Back Pain to Increase Work Productivity

Have you ever experienced a low, throbbing lower back pain? If you do, you’re not alone. According to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four adults over the age of 18 suffers from back pain. Many of them are so crippled by the pain that they are unable to perform their everyday […]

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  • Ulf
  • Updated a couple of weeks ago

What Colour is Your Clockwork?

There were me, that is Ulf, and my friend Christian sitting in that restaurant near Basel, having lunch together and talking about behavioral change, something easy like changing a habit of oneself in a flash, pwah…  e.g. changing the habit of lifting things off the floor with ease and style as opposed to bend over and […]

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  • Ulf
  • Updated 4 years ago

Giving Space…Yourself and Others

Reasoning as a Source for Guidance The use of reasoning as a means for getting along in life is something I like very much. I mean developing the discipline to think things through sequentially makes a lot of sense to me. And sometimes I am up the walls, when people just don’t seem to use […]

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  • Ulf
  • Updated a couple of weeks ago

Fun in Movement? Your Thoughts Seriously Affect that Ability…

At 65, Nilly wanted to do things correctly and safely. That was exemplified by the fact that she already moved into a home for the elderly while still pursuing an active lifestyle – hiking with friends, traveling etc. In the beautiful castle near Lake of Constance where we gathered for this summer workshop quite some […]

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  • Ulf
  • Updated 4 years ago