You may think you know how to sit down, but you probably aren't doing it right. Ellen has something to show you.

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Richard Dechaney
493 days ago

Trying to confirm that you received a limited edition print of mine
called Nordegg Ladies .I have been trying to get this info for two years .I sure hope it did not get lost in the mail .I would very
much like you to have a print,they are Whitetail Deer in the Canadian
Rockies .

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carol ertl
506 days ago

I had to go back and watch the beginning of the instruction on sitting. I had to because I have no more pain in my right knee--ever since I began to seat as you instructed. I missed the intro about the physical therapist, but I knew if you wanted us to sit correctly this might help me. And it did. Thanks.

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Mandy Sample Krause
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Kerri Ciccketti
519 days ago

Your too funny Ellen I love you !!

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519 days ago

I think you may be extending your knees too far over your ankles when you dance!

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Anita McCants
519 days ago

Thanks for that helpful tip, Ellen! I'll be sure to pass it on :^)

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