HOW: Begin this exercise with your stomach facing up and your arms and feet on the ground.  Lift your hips off the ground by squeezing your glutes and begin walking your opposite arm/foot backwards or forwards at the same time.   FEEL: You should feel your...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your feet together. Keep your knees as  straight as you can as you bend over bringing your hands down to the ground. Once your fingertips start to touch the ground, walk your hands forward keeping your back flat...

HOW: Start in a seated position with your legs spread about shoulder width apart (or the width of a mat) and sit up tall and upright. Reach your arms straight out in front of you at shoulder height. From here, pull your belly button in...

HOW: Place a peanut (or two tennis balls taped together) on the ground at the bottom of your lumbar spine with the gap of the peanut directly over the middle of the spine. Gently lay onto it and use both hands to adjust your body...

HOW: Start by placing your hands on the ground under your shoulders, knees under the hips, and toes pushing into the ground. From here, push into the ground and raise your hips straight up into the air extending your legs straight. If you can’t straighten...

HOW: Get set up lying face down on your stomach with a towel roll underneath your forehead. Have your arms down at your side with your palms facing your hips. From here, inhale and as you exhale lift your head and upper chest off of...

HOW: Start on your hands and knees with your knees underneath your hips and reach your hands as far out as you can. Sit your hips back and try to place your butt on your heels while keeping your arms straight out in front of...

HOW: Start in an upright seated position. Without moving your upper body, tilt the top of your head to one side. Think about bringing your ear down to your shoulder.    FEEL: You should feel your neck muscles working.  COMPENSATION: Don’t rotate your head while side bending. Don’t...

HOW: Start in an upright seated position. Without moving your upper body, look to the either side while only using your neck muscles to move your head and not your shoulders or trunk. Perform to whatever side is prescribed.    FEEL: You should feel your neck muscles...

HOW: Start in a seated position. Begin to look down slowly and isolate the neck muscles to tilt your head down for the prescribed amount of reps.    FEEL: You should feel your neck muscles working.  COMPENSATION: Only allow motion in your neck, don’t let your trunk to...

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