Great yoga poses for the shoulders and neck. Perfect if you spend much of your day hunched over a computer

Yoga Poses for the Shoulders and Neck

Yoga Poses for the Shoulders and Neck: Yoga poses to help you open tight shoulders and neck muscles. Perfect if you spend much of your day hunched over a computer!

Repin to save these poses for later! Give these Yoga poses a try if you are experiencing any neck or back pain.

Give these Yoga poses a try if you are experiencing back or neck pain.

Flexibility & Mobility

Kelly will teach you stretches to incorporate in order to gain full body flexibility and mobility. Then you'll practice yoga poses to measure your progress.

DO THIS 5 MINUTES EXERCISE IN OFFICE AND SAY GOODBYE FOR NECK PAIN FOREVER – BODY FIT IDEAS

do this 5 minutes exercise in office and say goodbye to neck pain. Always ask your health care provider for professional advice -- Stay Healthy :)

Ready to get started with yoga? Here are 5 yoga poses for beginners that you should practice every day.

5 Yoga Poses You Should Practice Every Day to Improve Your Yoga Skills

Ready to get started with yoga? Here are 5 yoga poses for beginners that you should practice every day to keep your body aligned.

This yoga sequence will release any tightness in your hip flexors and hamstrings. This helps to decrease muscle aches and pains and prevent injury.

Yoga Sequence For Tight Hips & Hamstrings

This Yoga Sequence helps to stretch out tight hip flexors & hamstrings. This decreases muscle aches & pains, increases flexibility, and decreases risk for injuries. This is especially useful for runners and other athletes.

The Pocket Idiot's Guide to 108 Yoga Poses

t just sit there! Yoga can be practiced anywhere, but no one wants to lug around a full-sized, soup-to-nuts book. The solution: a book of poses and a few routines to enable one to practice at work

8 Yoga Poses To Help Cervical Spine & Neck Issues Hero Image

Shoulder Opener at Wall 8 Yoga Poses To Help Cervical Spine & Neck Issues. Place your forearms on the wall parallel to one another below shoulder height, keeping your elbows shoulder-distance apart. Take a few steps back from the wall and allow your h

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