Headstart - Eye and Neck Prehab
Alissa Firth-Eagland • 30m
All day we use our eyes and neck yet so rarely do we coordinate these two areas together at end range. This brief practice starts with head ramping, neck range of motion work, and strengthening actions for your eyes. At the end, we practice expanding our field of vision in a modified Triangle pose to take in the little explored space behind our bodies with our eyes. You’ll need a chair and a pencil or pen.
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