- Sit up straight in a chair
- Sit to the front, not against the back of the chair
- Sitting up will help you to strengthen the muscles you need for good posture
- Think of lifting the crown of your head to the ceiling
- Be careful not to tip the head back. Your chin should be parallel to the floor
- Without tipping the head in any direction, pull your chin and head straight back. You will feel a stretch in the back of your neck
- Relax the chin back forward to a neutral position
Repeat for 8 to 12 repetitions, 3 times, twice daily
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