My basic problem is this: It's not so much that I need to know how to "sit," or to "stand," or to "hinge," or to "walk"--though I certainly DO need to re-learn these things. But my daily living involves sitting down TO READ A BOOK, standing to BURP MY BABY, hinging down TO SCOOP DOGFOOD FOR FRAZIE, walking with SOMETHING IN MY ARMS, etc. In other words, I feel like I need either (a) another 8 Steps book that teaches me all the tecniques as applied to (as opposed to as abstracted from) the day-to-day tasks that are killing our backs; or (b) a video of Esther from sun up to sun down doing zillions of things, and walking us through how she does them all. (Regarding the latter: there's a great video out there that shows Esther breast-feeding and putting her child on her back. This is VERY helpful to me, since my wife just delivered and we are struggling to feed/hold/burp the baby. But I feel like I want more footage. Follow Esther around the whole day! Does anyone know of anything like that?)
Nick, whose back tingles no matter what he does!