A BodyIntelligence Online Class 

Finding Ease at the Computer
presented by Imogen Ragone


DATE #1: Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 7-8 PM EST
DATE #2: Thursday, November 10, 2016, 11 AM-12 PM EST

Finding Ease at the Computer

Does working at the computer make you feel like this?

Do you get tense, stressed and even overwhelmed?

Do you feel tired, sore or even in pain?

Do you find yourself slumping, but sitting up straight is too hard?

Does paying attention to your posture while you work seem impossible?

Don’t let your time at the computer get you down.

Use body intelligence and turn your Posture into Poise

With Computer Poise you’ll be more productive, project confidence, and feel good!

In this class you will:

  • Learn a way to shift your perspective in the moment to relieve stress and tension.
  • Learn strategies to help your new postural habits stick.
  • Learn an effective stretch you can do at your desk to ease tension and allow your body to open up into easy poise.
  • Get answers to your questions on your specific postural challenges.
  • Have live interaction and teaching with Imogen and the other participants.

All participants will also receive Imogen’s e-book, 12 Lessons in Computer Poise ($7 value) and a recording of the class.

If you’d like to find more ease in yourself as you work at your computer this class is for you.

 DATE #1
Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 7-8 PM EST


 DATE #2
Thursday, November 10, 2016, 11 AM-12 PM EST

Class takes place: Online!
Registered participants will be sent a link to join the class through video conferencing.

You may also register to get the recording if you cannot participate live.

Small class size: each class is limited to 8 participants only
Cost: $27

Registration closes: 24 hours before the start of class!

What Past Participants Say About This Class


Suzanne Stroh, retired, San Francisco Bay Area, CA (USA):

I think you did a fantastic job running the [class]. In particular I noticed these things:

    • You were very organized including telling us what you would cover, covering it, and summarizing it
    • Your content was clear, succinct and relevant
    • You made good use of the medium, that is the Zoom platform, sharing a PowerPoint list, showing us the Ease stretch (as well as making sure we knew enough about how to navigate the platform)
    • You made it participatory by both asking and soliciting questions
    • You listened carefully and respectfully to all questions and comments
    • You came across as poised and knowledgeable (which, of course, you are!)

My takeaways were first, that I needed to adjust the relative height of my monitor and keyboard, which I’ve now done. Second, I need to practice the various tips about computer ease. I’m going to use one in just a minute…some constructive rest time.

Itsuko Masuda, Alexander Technique Teacher, Southern California (USA):

It was a wonderful online class. What most fascinated me was paying attention to the place where I felt ease, not the place where I felt tension. It really worked for me. I felt like the ease was expanding and the tension would be gone. Thank you so much for a great class. I learned a lot from you.


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