That is incredible! I'm so happy for you. That is an experience to hold on to to remind yourself in tough times that this is TMS. In a matter of minutes you nearly freed yourself of all the pain. The more experiences like this that you have, the more you and your body will believe that you are healthy and movement won't hurt you, and that you are the author of your life and that pain doesn't rule you. I read what you wrote about spasms. For me, the spasms were the most difficult symptom to deal with, since they are so incapacitating. And, as my pain went down, the number of spasms actually went up, just not as intensely (I'd have 20-40 tiny spasms a day). I decided that this was the symptom imperative - my mind was throwing at my the biggest challenge/distraction it could find. I was SO frustrated, but I kept doing the TMS work, kept moving more and more, finding new ways of relaxing, new ways of coping, and then after 5-6 weeks of this they just went away almost completely. It's incredible. And at no point in this did I think about posture or lifting mechanics. For me, and for so many of us here, thinking about posture is just another way of obsessing over our symptoms, and of thinking physically, not psychologically. I put all my eggs in the TMS basket, and it was worth it. I hope something here is useful to you.