I actually got to film this in natural light!! I had a short break before lunch one day and decided to just pop the camera on my desk and film what was on my mind.
One of the hardest things to teach is posture because everyone has unique issues and unique solutions to those issues. I've had to really sit and listen to my students carefully to understand what they're experiencing, and what I've learned is that I can really only share my own experience so they have some inspiration to draw from and offer some ideas for solutions for them to experiment with. Whatever works for me usually doesn't 100% work on them, and I always have to remind myself to sit back and take my time to figure out what's going on with their posture. I've learned to ask them questions about their posture, any pain they may be experiencing, and clarifications of what they're experiencing. I will never just be able to look at a person and immediately diagnose what's wrong with their posture, and I have to be really up front about that. Figuring out posture is a process; there's never a quick solution.
What posture issues have you had, and what were your solutions? :)