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Level 1 Neck Exercises

Level 1 Neck Exercises Chin Tuck: Stage 1: Supine, (sitting or standing if unable to tolerate supine) Gently tuck chin to chest (25% of the way down) hold :10 rest :10 Repeat 8-10 times Once this becomes easier... Stage 2:

Level 1 Thoracic Exercises

Level 1 Thoracic Exercises I use these releases for a very angry mid back/shoulder blade area as they are less intense and if done correctly do provide relief. Peanut Release: Stand against a wall with the Peanut placed on the

Level 2 Thoracic Exercises

Level 2 Thoracic Exercises  You can still use all the stretches and exercises from level 1, I have just added a few progressions or new exercises, so that we can start releasing around the thoracic area and start into the

Level 3 Thoracic Exercises

Level 3 Thoracic Exercises Before commencing any of these exercises, you should have already done 15mins of release work to your key areas and some core activation work! Banded Pull Apart:    Stand with the arms in front of you

Method for Active Release Work

Method for Active Release Work If you have never done any active release work before, don't worry! It's a good time to start now. Firstly I want to explain why we give you release work in the first place. The

Core Exercises

Core Exercises   Core Activation: I believe that a lot of practitioners and PT's do not dedicate enough time to core. Firstly, it is time consuming and the results are slow and secondly, I think that they do not educate

Level 1 Neck Exercises

Level 1 Neck Exercises Chin Tuck: Stage 1: Supine, (sitting or standing if unable to tolerate supine) Gently tuck chin to chest (25% of the way down) hold :10 rest :10 Repeat 8-10 times Once this becomes easier... Stage 2: (not shown) Maintain 25% tuck...then push tongue behind upper front

Level 1 Thoracic Exercises

Level 1 Thoracic Exercises I use these releases for a very angry mid back/shoulder blade area as they are less intense and if done correctly do provide relief. Peanut Release: Stand against a wall with the Peanut placed on the shoulder blade area and the ball parts either side of

Level 2 Thoracic Exercises

Level 2 Thoracic Exercises  You can still use all the stretches and exercises from level 1, I have just added a few progressions or new exercises, so that we can start releasing around the thoracic area and start into the shoulder complex. Like I said before its about gradual releases