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Pain and tension in your head, neck or shoulders? Try this yummy yoga sequence from Diana and feel the release…Includes a downloadable sequence for you to print out. Release, relax and stretch the neck, chest, shoulders and upper back with this delightful yoga sequence from Jennilee. Have a block (or sturdy book) handy and a wall nearby.

Bear in mind many of us hold a lot of tension in these areas so make sure you don’t force anything; only go so far as your range of motion comfortably allows and remember to breathe!

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Chin smiles

Exhale and move your chin to your chest, lengthening the back of the neck. Inhale and slowly rotate the chin towards the right shoulder. Exhale and move the chin to the chest again. Inhale, rotating the chin towards the left shoulder. Move slowly and gently from right to left on the breath, imagining that you’re drawing a smile with the chin.

Neck lengthening

Take your right ear towards your right shoulder and pause. Gently explore where you need the stretch – moving your chin slightly up or down, for example. Diagonally extend the left arm so that the fingertips touch the floor, then bring your right hand to the left side of the head. Apply a light pressure here; rather than pulling, feel that you’re lengthening the left side of the neck in two directions. Gently resist the pressure of your hand with your head and breathe in and out slowly to a count of ten. Repeat on the other side.

Pain and tension in your head, neck or shoulders? Try this yummy yoga sequence from Jennilee and feel the release…Includes a downloadable sequence for you to print out. Release, relax and stretch the neck, chest, shoulders and upper back with this delightful yoga sequence from Jennilee. Have a block (or sturdy book) handy and a wall nearby.

Bear in mind many of us hold a lot of tension in these areas so make sure you don’t force anything; only go so far as your range of motion comfortably allows and remember to breathe!

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