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Hug Away Discomfort in the Shoulder Blades

May 12, 2015

Tension between the shoulder blades is even more common than I thought. Last week alone I had six clients tell me they had discomfort in that area. Having just finished my latest YouTube video (which coincidentally features this very problem), I had each client go through the lesson from the video. In every case s/he found relief from the discomfort.

The video, How to Relieve the Ache Between Your Shoulders, says it all so I’ll move to the side and let you participate along with me. It’s a great little strategy to use when you’ve been sitting at the computer, gardening or a multitude of other activities that often cause mid-back discomfort. Enjoy!

 

Related material from Sandra Bradshaw:

What do Eyes Have to do with a Stiff Neck

A Different Approach to Back Relief –This is a transcript.
Part 1     Part 2

Audio: Recruiting the Glutes aka Balancing Your Buttocks 

If you would like to experience other short and effective movement lessons to relieve back and shoulder problems consider my book and/or audio lessons Wake Up Your Body & Brain.

 

Thousands of people have benefited from Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® lessons; however, we cannot anticipate the needs and/or limitations of individuals. The material contained in this lesson is not intended as a substitute for medical treatment. Consult your doctor or physiotherapist if you have any concerns. Responsibility for the lessons is strictly that of the user.




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