Given that we cannot, for example, control the size of our pupils, body language experts can deduce much of a person's state by factors relating to the eyes. The Pupils The pupils are a part of our body language that we practically have no control over.
flat back posture flat back posture, n posture characterized by the presence of a slight plantar flexion of the ankle joints, an extension of the hip joints, a tilt of the pelvis towards the back, flexion of the upper portion of the thoracic spine, and a slight extension of the cervical spine.
One reason for this is that as we scrunch in front of the screen, our chest muscles get tight and the upper back muscles become overstretched and weak. Gone is the support for our upper body posture. To help reverse this habit, try this upper back posture awareness exercise.
When communicating, your body language (facial expressions, gestures, movement, eye contact and voice) should match your message. If there is a disconnect between what you say and your non-verbal communications, your audience will believe your non-verbals.
Kyphotic-lordotic posture. Whether through habit or birth, one of the common postural tendancies that people adopt is where the curves of the spine become slightly exagerated. This is called kyphotic-lordotic posture. Think of it as sticking you bum and chest out.
Postural Restoration Institute™ techniques provide a conservative approach to the management of scoliosis. While techniques may not correct a spinal curve, significant gains can be made from reducing torsion and correcting mechanics of the rib cage.
Swayback posture is what you most probably think it is… it’s a type of posture, however it’s not the type of posture that you want to have. I was unfortunate to discover that this is a type of posture that I have/had but at the same time it’s comforting to know that it is a recognised posture as I thought that it was something unique to myself.