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A Full-Body Approach to Neck Pain

Beginner II
(59 Reviews)
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The title says it all! Julia guides you through a gentle, yet all encompassing practice to address areas of the body that often play a role in neck and shoulder tension. Breathe and release.

Key Pose(s) include: 

  • Pigeon

Equipment

  • None

Focus

  • Arms/Hands
  • Flexibility
  • Legs and Feet
  • Lower Back
  • Neck/Shoulders
  • Sleep/Relaxation
  • Spine
  • Stress/Anxiety
  • Twists
  • Whole Body

Intensity

  • Gentle Yoga

Style

  • Gentle Yoga
  • Slow Flow
  • Yin and Yin/Yang Yoga
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March 19, 2024
Comment:

Awesome. I have scar tissue in my chest and back from breast cancer treatment. It’s always tight and likely is at least partially the cause of neck and shoulder tightness and pain. This is the best group of poses I’ve found to soften them. Thank you!!

sarahreneewolfe
March 9, 2024
Comment:

I woke up with the beginning of a headache/migraine. This practice has definitely softened the tension and pain! I will definitely come back to this video.

jp122
February 12, 2024
Comment:

This was an excellent class for my neck pain. I've come back to this one a few times now, and it's great every time. The pacing is perfect for me - long holds, but not too long. I also have not noticed the second side being skipped on certain poses as a previous comment mentioned. I highly recommend this one! I hope to see more full body approach classes to other pain areas (back and feet especially).

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