A Deep Release for the Shoulders and Neck

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Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.8 (288 votes)
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This gentle, slow, hatha yoga class guides you into a series of poses that thoroughly stretch the muscles around the shoulders and neck. It moves gradually toward deeper stretches, allowing the body to warm up and prepare for a deeper release of the tighter muscles in your body. Your neck and shoulders will feel wonderful after you're done.

Equipment: Strap
Style: Hatha Yoga


Great Stretches
yogibailey 2 years ago

I enjoyed the stretches and poses in this session very much. I'm new at this and need reminders to breathe though. It would be more relaxing for me with deeper breathing. Thank you for Day #4!

Day 4
Tejwant 2 years ago

Thank you. Namaste, Om Shanti. That was a wonderful class.

Day Four brought much needed release.
Karrie 2 years ago

Great practice, David! I decided to do the beginner class for Day Four because I needed some deep stretches today. Thank you!

Lipy 2 years ago

It was such a pleasure doing this day challenge. Thank you!

thank you!
Arctica 2 years ago

very glad I've started the challenge!

Starting the 30 day challenge
KDP 2 years ago

Starting the 30 day challenge has been the best thing I've done for myself. I look forward to it each day. I didn't realize just how much pain I am in and how much relief I am giving to myself.

Good working for the goals.
Nature breath 2 years ago

This is a very serious exercise David. so good working in the needed areas. Thank you very much.

Wow what a difference
Lorinna13 2 years ago

I'm a person who has suffered for years from issues with repetitive motion disorders and migraines. I found this to be just what I needed to release the tension in my neck, shoulders, and back. Since these are the places I hold my stress and I have a severely stressful life I will certainly enjoy using this. Plus now my hands and arms are limber enough to handle the extreme knitting i have to do today. Thanks for the great work out and relaxation.