This releases tension from the upper back and neck
a. Start on hands and knees, aligning wrists underneath your shoulders and knees underneath your hips.
b. Inhale and arch your spine for cow pose, tilting your pelvis back so that your tailbone sticks up. Your belly should drop down as you gaze upward.
c. Exhale, while keeping the rest of your body still, and round your back, tucking the tailbone and letting the spine naturally round upwards, gazing down towards your navel.
d. Repeat the movement slowly until you hit 60 seconds.
To complete a posture-promoting 10-minute workout, repeat the above steps.
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