Mirroronthehand sequence

This sequence safely reaches very subtle muscles in your neck and shoulders.

1. Start in the seated chair posture.

2. As you inhale, raise the back of your right hand to eye level as shown in Figure 22-23a.

3. As you exhale, bring your right hand inward and place your palm and fingers at the top of your left shoulder, turning your eyes and head down and to the left as you follow your right hand as Figure 22-23b illustrates.

If you have a problem rotating your neck outward to the right or the left, only turn as far as you feel comfortable.

4. As you inhale, return the back of your right hand to eye level and keep it moving and opening around to the right as far as is comfortable (see Figure 22-23c).

5. As you exhale, bring the back of the right hand in front of you again at eye level.

6. Continue exhaling as you bring the right hand back down to the seated chair posture.

7. Repeat Steps 1 through 6, alternating right and left sides three to four times each.

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