The headturner

Sequences like the head-turner combine breath and movement in parts of the upper body to stretch, strengthen, and heal your entire wingspan. This breath and movement sequence for the upper back and neck is great for minor stiff necks.

1. Stand tall but relaxed with your feet at hip width.

2. Hang your arms at your sides, palms turned back.

Look straight ahead.

3. As you inhale, raise your right arm forward and up overhead as you turn your head to the left as Figure 15-8 illustrates.

4. As you exhale, bring your arm down and turn your head forward.

5. As you inhale, raise your left arm forward and up overhead while turning your head to the right.

6. Repeat Steps 3 through 5 six to eight times on each side, alternating right and left.

Blake Griffin

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