Stress posture | definition of stress posture by Medical dictionary
stress posture Any of a number of positional techniques (e.g., leaning back over a well-cushioned high chair or bending the knees and arching back until a snap or release is felt) for physical and emotional release. The posture was developed by Wilhelm Reich, and intended to treat muscle and joint fatigue; the efficacy of the stress posture is uncertain.
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I stress posture
, breath support, and embouchure in order to get a full tone.
'The stress postures
and sand bags, to be honest with you I felt that was okay because as long as it's not for an extreme amount of time.'
``The stress postures
and sand bags, to be honest with you I felt that was okay as long as it's not for an extreme amount of time.''