Join Desk Yogi for an in-depth discussion in this video Chair back bend for your neck, part of Computer and Text Neck Stretching Exercises.
- Hi, I'm Baxter, and this chair back bend for your neck. … You're going to need just a block or … if you don't have a yoga block available, … you could use a really thick book, … maybe that thing that's been sitting on the shelf … that you haven't looked at since you started working here. … Go ahead and grab your block or book … and you're going to take your chair, … you're going to have to figure out … how close to the back of your chair you need to sit, … so that may take a little experimenting. … And then you're also going to have to experiment … with where the block is placed a little bit, … particularly to make sure … it doesn't dig too far down into your, … kind of, middle or lower back area. … I'm going to scoot back just a little bit in my chair, … and I'm going to take my block behind my back … and holding it in place, I'm going to lean back. … I want to feel like when I lean back, … that I'm still kind of sitting upright, … that I'm not kind of having to lean way back to get to it. …
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