Repositioning the Shoulder
This is originally an Alexander technique exercise which is excellent for resetting the shoulder position. This is good to do everyday:
• Place a duvet or thick towel on the floor and lie on it, face up. Place pillows under both elbows and forearms. Rest the hands on your stomach, palm downwards (if that is not possible just rest the arms on the pillow).
• Stay in this position for twenty minutes. (Listen to the radio).
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