- Rest the hand on a table or chair back palm up.
- Allow the weight of the arm to rest on the hand, causing slight compression at the shoulder joint.
- Breathe deeply and slowly. It helps to apply the pressure as you breathe out.
- It is as though you were about to lean your body weight on your hand, while only applying a fraction of the force.
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