Special Thanks to DJTimes Magazine for publishing The Godi Method® article on “DJ Syndrome”!
The “DJ Syndrome” is a is a recurrent pain that DJs experience during their work; it is a pain on one side of the neck, and often the shoulder on that same side, shooting sharp pain to the correspondent arm. DJ Syndrome is usually due to the action of bending the neck to the side and lifting the corresponding shoulder, in order to hold one side of the headphone closely to the ear while the other headphone is loose and off the opposite ear, so that the DJ can listen to two different music tracks in order to mix them.
In the article DJTimes Magazine anticipated some information about The Godi Method® seminar “DJ Wellness: Posture & Prevention” that will be part of the DJ Expo in Atlantic City this August. This hands-on workshop will present prevention techniques for DJ-related health issues and explains the best way for DJs to achieve maximum wellness.