Day 17: Massage

There's nothing quite like a massage to release built-up tension and relieve pain. 

Version One
 
Step 1: Find trigger points of tension in your shoulders, jaw, and base of your skull. 
 
Step 2: Use gentle pressure with your fingers and hold for six to ten seconds. 
 
Version Two
 
Step 1: Using one or both hands, gently massage your head with your fingers.
 
Version Three
 
Step 1: Take your right hand and touch your left shoulder.
 
Step 2: Gently massage for ten seconds.
 
Step 3: Switch sides and repeat.
 
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