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    Exercise is the key to a long, healthy life; but not all exercises were created equal. With over twelve years of research and development under our belt, we have created a full-body exercise program that can have you standing taller and feeling better – in just ten minutes! Pulled straight from the groundbreaking The Office Effect Handbook – Second Edition, these digitally downloadable exercises will get you out of pain and correct your posture in no time.
  • Why we recommend this: Several of our clients use this product on a daily basis in order for them to reverse the hunch in their upper back. Although the device is advertised for the lower backs, we have our clients place it between their shoulder blades (thoracic spine) and lay on it, every day, for 5 minutes. It is adjustable up to three levels or roundness, allowing you to start small and progress over time.  
  • Why we recommend this: You can place a book, magazine, or just some papers you need to read on this handy dandy stand. By lifting the document up, you illuminate the need to look directly down at whatever you’re reading, which in turn lessens the train of gravity on your neck. This creates better postural alignment, preventing neck strain and headaches.
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    Desk Relief

    We have all the answers in Desk Relief – our ergonomics guide for the workplace. Pulled straight from our research-proven guide for pain relief, The Office Effect Handbook – Second Edition, this easy-to-follow digital-download booklet gives you the information you need to correctly setup your workspace, correct your posture, and get out of pain.
  • Why we recommend this: We use this product daily with every client doing multiple types of exercises. It helps strengthen and stabilize shoulders, obliques (your love handles) and much more. It even fits easily in a suitcase. Although a little more pricy, Stott’s version of the Fitness Circle has the perfect amount of tension and lasts for years.
  • Why we recommend this: This cushion allows you to add in balance and stability with many of your exercises. It has just the right thickness and give to it, plus it is large enough to stand on with both feet. Whenever we have a client doing a standing exercise they’re on one of these cushions and the increased challenge to their entire body is noticeable.
  • Why we recommend this: This inflatable cushion is excellent for both increasing balance and making exercises more challenging by standing or laying on it. It can also be used as a seat cushion, allowing the back to have its natural curve, preventing lower back pain and herniations.
  • Why we recommend this: You may have seen professional athletes on tv with tap all over their shoulders or knees. There’s a good chance that tape was kinesiology tape. This stretchy tape relaxes muscles and activates the lymphatic system to promote healing. We use this in the studio for aching shoulders, knee injuries, ankle injuries, as well as neck and lower back pain. It’s easy to do, and it works like magic.
  • Why we recommend this: If you read books or work on a laptop while in bed, on the couch or on the floor then you may want to pick up one of these adjustable stands. We love it because it can help take stress off your shoulders and neck do to its multiple adjustments for hight, allowing your body to be in proper postural alignment no matter where you’re sitting.
  • Why we recommend this: If you’re looking for a great way to workout at home and you have a band or cable system like the ones we suggest, then you’ll want this anchor system to go along with it. It allows for multiple attachment points which create different angles to maximize your workouts.
  • Why we recommend this: There are tones of bands like these being sold on Amazon but there are the best we have found. The grips are rubber, not foam like the others and the carabiners are higher quality. We've tried the rest and these are the best. A great resistance band set is the perfect tool when building strength and stability. You can anchor any of these long-lasting bands to a door, pole, or just use the bands by themselves. These tube-like bands are safer than flat therapy bands, which tend to tear and snap. Use this set at home or on the go, as they can easily fit in your suitcase.

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