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Shoulder Repositioning

Posted by Judith Winer on

Technique:

Very slowly the muscles at the front of their chest should relax, allowing the shoulders to drop backwards, towards the floor.

• When your shoulder has started to “defrost” in the second and third phase, you might be able to place the arms at 45 degree angle from the body.

  • Turn the palms upwards if possible.
  • You may not be able to get the hands flat for a while, but eventually you will. If necessary you can place a cushion on your abdomen and rest the hands there.

• Gradually try to lower this cushion to a few towels and eventually nothing.

Try putting on some relaxing music

 

 

 

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