Thursday, November 3, 2011

Musings on Shoulder Alignment: 1st of a Multi-Part Series


  1. Please take a look at the brief disclaimer at the beginning of Musings on Shoulder Alignment - Part 5 in the blog archives on December 8, 2011.

  2. The content of the shrishari blog should not be used as a substitute for professional health care. Talk with your doctor before starting any new exercise regimen.

  3. Particularly interesting, Shari, since I am currently engaged in physical therapy for a "cervical strain" which has dragged my shoulder blades, traps, and shoulders into an awkward imbalance. Stretching, and strengthening is required. In fact, I'll do that right now!


    1. I'm so happy you found this to be of interest, Craig M! What likely needs to be stretched is the front of your upper torso, while the upper back and back of the neck, need more stabilizing. In my 13+ years experience as a therapeutic yoga teacher, I've found your "cervical strain" to be exceedingly common, and I'm glad you're getting the kind of professional help you require to feel better and better over time...