MaxLiving Donates Wobble cushions to Chiropractic Students to Enhance Health and Education

MaxU Chiropractic Students

Orlando – April 8, 2019 – MaxLiving donated wobble cushions to chiropractic students at all MaxU Student Club locations to enhance their health, engagement with other students, and chiropractic education.

MaxU Student Club is a free MaxLiving student association, whereby chiropractic students have access to a series of speaking events; educational webinars, live Facebook chats with MaxLiving chiropractors, mentorships and transformation camps, advanced certifications, and other educational opportunities and resources that support chiropractic education and professional development.

The inspiration to donate wobble cushions to each MaxU Student Club came from Mae Arvay from Life University in Marietta, Ga., who reached out to MaxLiving Student Relationship Manager Samantha Montgomery with the proposal. The idea of having Wobble cushions for the MaxU Student Club and being able to discuss the importance of movement and flexibility for the spine with other students, as well as using the Wobble Cushion in the classroom came to Arvay after hearing a talk by MaxLiving Chiropractor, Dr. Tony Nalda. Dr. Nalda presented at a recent MLX, a chiropractic conference, about how to successfully implement a flexible seating program in schools, which allows children to perform movements on Wobble cushions throughout the day to nourish their spine and enhance their cognitive functions and learning.

“These wobbles allow us to walk it like we talk it. Emphasizing the importance of spinal health is an integral part of leading a patient to health. How can you expect them to make wobbling a habit if you don’t? We are practicing to lead the masses and lift communities, and it all starts with our state of being,” said Andrew Baranski, from Palmer College of Chiropractic FL, in Port Orange, Fla.

Traci Gross, from Life University, affirmed the benefit of having the Wobble cushions to reinvigorate spinal flexibility, “Mobilizing our spines helps us practice what we teach and combat the stagnant student posture. Not only do the wobble cushions keep us on top of our spinal hygiene, they also help us change our state of mind—elevating our energy so that we’re ready to train!”

Dane Riner, from Logan University, in Chesterfield, Mo., agrees, “The wobble cushions have been great to have in club. They provide club members with good spinal movement, loose muscles, and ready minds before we start our discussion for the night.”

After receiving the Wobble cushions, Life University MaxU Students set-up a table and chairs in their cafeteria to allow other chiropractic students to stop by in between classes to wobble and learn about the Wobble cushions. MaxU Students were able to discuss with other students the importance of movement and how the wobbling actions pumped nutrient-rich fluids into the lumbar discs to increase spinal flexibility.

MaxU Students practice wobbling before each club meeting to loosen their body and prepare their minds for learning.

“Everyone loves getting our nervous systems primed for growth before our club meeting,” says Bryce Hill at Life Chiropractic College West, in Hayward, Calif.

“Thank you MaxLiving,” said Dayana Bucarello, a student from Parker University, in Dallas, Texas, of MaxLiving’s Wobble Cushion donation, “Having the Wobble cushions means that we can keep movement and health in our spines.”

MaxU Student Clubs exist at top chiropractic and holistic health universities, including Life University, in Marietta, Ga.; Parker University, in Dallas, Texas; Logan University, in Chesterfield, Mo.; Life Chiropractic College West, in Hayward, Calif.; Palmer College of Chiropractic FL, in Port Orange, Fla.; Palmer College of Chiropractic IA, in Davenport, Iowa; and Sherman College of Chiropractic, in Spartanburg, S.C.

MaxLiving allows any chiropractic student to establish a free MaxU Student Club at their university or college.

If you are interested in joining a MaxU Student Club or starting a MaxU Student Club at your university or college, contact Samantha Montgomery, MaxLiving Student Relationship Manager, at samantha.montgomery@maxliving.com.

If you are not a MaxLiving Chiropractor, and interested in MaxLiving business, partnership, and career opportunities, contact Kimberly Foster, MaxLiving Business Development Representative, at Kimberly.foster@maxliving.com.

MaxLiving is a principal-based, natural healthcare organization founded on five core principles of wellness. The 5 Essentials™ is a natural and effective way to maximize your health by integrating core chiropractic, mindset, nutrition, exercise and oxygen, and minimizing toxin exposure. Our vision of chiropractic and holistic healthcare is recognized through a group of chiropractor partners and practices. MaxLiving exists to transform lives by providing educational seminars, coaching programs, franchise opportunities, and nutritional products and services. We want to educate about the power of chiropractic care and empower people to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

Contact: MaxLiving Director of Marketing | (321) 939-3060 | traci.mistarz@maxliving.com

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