Day 28: Ear Dips

While doing this exercise, close your eyes and visualize a calm scene – you're lying on a sandy beach or walking through a lush forest. This exercise is a great way to reduce stress and tension in your neck.

 
Step 1: Start by sitting tall at your desk with your shoulders positioned as if you were trying to hold an apple between your shoulder blades.
 
Step 2: Facing forward, slowly lower your head to the left as if you were trying to pin your left ear to the left shoulder. 
 
Step 3: Hold for a slow count of ten.
 
Step 4: Return to your starting position.
 
Step 5: Repeat on the right side.
 
 
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