“It is highly probable that we choose our posture, not our problems.” By T.F. Hodge. Good posture is something we really should work on, but it seems insignificant until our body hurts. Dr. Charbel Rizk, a parent and a physiotherapist, held an assembly for grade 6/6eme students at Ain Aar. He explained the causes that result in poor posture and the precautions that need to be taken. The students also practiced stretching exercises.