Here is another series that can easily be done at work with no equipment. These exercises are all meant to reduce the upper body tension that comes with computer/office work. Alternate this upper body series with the lower body exercises from Part 1 to hit the whole body! 1) Head Ramping: Instead of the "forward head" position that creates compression of the… Continue reading Movement Breaks for the Office (part 2)
You are going to love this! These are some of my favorite exercises for relieving shoulder and upper back tension that accumulates during the day. We do so many things with our arms: computer work, driving, studying, carrying babies, breastfeeding, yard work.... add misalignment, old injuries, weak muscles and stress to the mix and you have… Continue reading 10 Minutes to Tension & Pain Free Shoulders
1.) Constantly pulling your shoulders back (shoulder blades together) will make it worse. I know that this position is taught as “good posture”, but it is not good alignment. (Read about the difference between posture and alignment.) The rhomboids are muscles on your upper back that connect the spine and the scapula (shoulder blades). When you have the… Continue reading 3 Things You Need to Know About Your Shoulder Tension
It's that time of year when everyone is getting colds, flus, chest infections.... You know all the regular recommendations: wash your hands, take Vitamin C, get plenty of rest, take On Guard (I think I'm a little behind the trend on this one-- I JUST discovered how amazing this essential oil blend is. Seriously, it changed… Continue reading Stay Healthy This Cold & Flu Season, Move Your Lymph.