Posture means you are awake at the same time you don’t have to perform with urgency or precision. If you are sitting or standing, the act of holding your body up is the same act of keeping you awake. If you were sitting on a soft couch, you will likely fall asleep simply because the most basic element of being awake is holding yourself up. Training posture involves your neck, low back, and your breathing.
The posture zone is a dominant oxygen metabolism. The only way this can occur is if your breathing is in your belly and slow. The coordination of how to do this in integrated into the exercises. It is impossible to have an oxygen metabolism, ironically, if you breathe fast. Fast breathing depletes your carbon dioxide levels which gets rid of acid. In other words, during intense exercise you have to breathe faster to get rid of the acid. But when you are not exercising, your carbon dioxide levels drop when you breathe too fast.
Carbon dioxide is the byproduct of an oxygen metabolism. The red blood cells know to unload oxygen whenever carbon dioxide levels are high. It is actually that simple. This is known as the Bohr Effect.
In addition to training your neck and low back and breathing mechanics, you just have to learn to hold your exhale 2,3,4 seconds. You should just me mildly uncomfortable.