Pelvic Tilt Step #1 Pelvic Tilt Step #2 Four Point Kneeling
Cat-Camel Stretch Step #1 Cat-Camel Stretch Step #2 Neck Flexor Stretch
Pelvic Tilt is important for stability in the lower lumbar spine. Hold this position for 10 seconds and repeat 4 times.
4 point kneeling is important for core, neck, and back stability as it deals with balance and coordination. While on all fours, reach your right hand out in front of you while also extending the opposite side leg and hold in position for 3-5 sec, then return back to all fours. Repeat this process 5 times then switch to the opposite arm and leg. Do 3-4 cycles of this exercise but for further video instruction, click “Four Point Kneeling”.
Cat-Camel stretch creates flexion and extension of the spine which releases fluid and tension in the discs of your vertebrae. Move back and forth 10-15 times.
Neck Flexor helps stretch the platysma muscle that surrounds your neck. Hold in stretch position for 8-10 sec and repeat process 3 times.