Office Yoga for the Spine and Shoulders

Beginner I

Are you at work, feeling like a good 15 minute stretch would help you get through the day? If so, this office yoga class is a perfect way to energize the body, stretching out the areas of the body that can get so stiff and sore while sitting at a desk for hours. Your spine and shoulders will thank you!

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LittleTiescha
LittleTiescha
January 4, 2022
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5
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Great short stretching class when my back is hurting at work, thank you for sharing! :-)

Jenny Paton
Jenny Paton
April 28, 2020
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Great class. Heads up re chair would have been helpful re equipment needed. Great class. Will repeat. Thank you.

Sair
Sair
August 28, 2017
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Under Equipment; you will also need a chair (preferably with a back that comes to shoulder height)
A block may also be required if the chair back isn't very high.
I got caught out with this as I use a standing desk. But the stretches are great and it was nice to have a sit down ;)

tbracken
tbracken
July 29, 2017
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I have a shoulder injury. This video really helped to stretch out my shoulder. A lot of the pain is now gone.

rachorse
rachorse
September 28, 2016
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A simple and calming class with deep but accessible and effective stretches.

Mindful16
Mindful16
May 22, 2016
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Thank you David!
I enjoyed the video and think it will be a great tool to bring it to my office for mid day practice
Namaste

ftalcasas
ftalcasas
February 22, 2016
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While this sequence was very simple, my back now feels stronger and straighter and it's much easier for me to maintain good posture at my desk.

_om_
_om_
August 4, 2014
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David, this is a great heart and shoulder opener. My posture is much improved after allowing myself 15 minutes to be led through this beautiful mid-day sequence. another area to offer additional 15 minutes for the work day would be lower body (unless its here and i missed it). a nice micro-class to work out the tight ITB bands, and help with weak hamstrings. just a suggestion! much love!