Rebecca Saindon conducts presentations in the Nashville area focusing on body awareness and posture as
it relates to pain and wellness. She has been recognized for her outstanding performance in teaching Tennessee Educators
during the Tennessee Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Conference, and for her
presentations to the St. Thomas Hospital Wellness Services. University School reports that Rebecca's classroom presentations
were the students' favorite learning of the year. Speaking at retirement communities and in corporate settings, she excels
in turning the serious topic of physical anatomy into a less-daunting, much lighter, "Oh, now I get it!" epiphany
for her audience. Rebecca's goal is to help people realize that they have control over their bodies in the same way they have
control over their external environments. Here are some of the topics Rebecca regularly explores:
Presentations and Consultations - individual, small groups, or large formal settings
as it relates to pain and wellness -- including some if not all of the following:
School - learn how to sit more comfortably in your home, office, and car to reduce pain syndromes.
- We can place the emphasis on work station, computer tasks, driving, airplane travel,
and any other places you sit
- Why not schedule a workplace party
and we'll educate and evaluate your whole office staff.
- It's all about
the Shoes -- how footware choices can destroy your knees and affect your posture
Best Choice Stances-- why it's best to stand balanced on your own two feet!
- The Goldilocks Theory--How sleep positions, mattress and pillow can cause major neck and
low back discomfort and how to select a better configuration.
- Teens: Backpacks
and laptops -- we'll help your teen understand posture from an objective scientific point of view.
- They don't hear anything but "blah, blah, blah" when Mom says "Stand
- Let us help you get your point across and save your child unnecessary
discomfort later in life
- Seniors: It's never too late to
change. What caused the situation and what to do to reverse it.
How to garden with proper posture to avoid injury and stiffness -- A big hit among the local Garden Club Circuit! Become
a follower of the Pain Free Gardening blog.