Release the Neck

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
4.833335
Average: 4.8 (276 votes)
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Duration:
16
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08

If a stiff, sore neck and headaches are a common experience for you, doing this class regularly will help ease the pain and discomfort. David guides you through an effective series of stretches and movements that release all of the muscles of the neck.

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga at Work, Yoga for Seniors

Comments

Dougers 3 weeks ago

I've had a kink in my neck for the past week, and this has become my warm-up for the day. Relieves some neck pain and I can feel my neck getting more lose every day, allowing me to continue with additional classes. Thank you David.

Jewels1 1 month ago

Thanks David for helping me get rid of a tension headache this morning . Your gentle voice, excellent guidance and relaxing pace made this perfect. I feel like I can get on with my day and enjoy it!

sng4ever 5 months ago

Great neck practice. David is wonderful with his guidance!

LReyle 6 months ago

I've had a crick in my neck for days, and this really helped me to work it out! Thank you, David!

Jupiter 1 year ago

An Mri and CT for other reasons showed four bulging discs and stenosis in my neck. But, I have no symptoms. Surgery was firmly suggested. Probably screws and rods. I declined as I have no symptoms. Reading I find interesting information that the discs have no blood suply to speak of and receive nutrition as a result of motion. Also that stenosis and spurs are thought to be the body's work to strengthen and protect the neck. Better alignment achieved with your yoga my cause the body to begin to remodel the vertebra as spurs and stenosis aren't needed. I like these ideas. And, your neck release yoga definitely realigns my neck. When its out there are BIG snapping noises on one side during initial rotation which disappear as the the lesson continues. Thank you David! Microsurgery may be a later issue. But, for now you are the maintenance of a no symptom life. It's been five years since surgery was recommended by the head of Spine and Neck at a big university hospital and I'm still without pain or symptoms.

Alatiel 1 year ago

Every now and then, I wake up with a monster crick in my neck. This class usually helps me relieve the pain.

amberevan 1 year ago

This short video is a salvation to me as a migraine sufferer. It stretches the muscles that lock in my neck after a stressful day or in the morning to prepare for an eventful day. Thank you David for this excellent video. I've been using it for years.