Topic: Jaws, Hands, Wrists and Elbows
Learn how to do the perfect yawn! Yawning is an essential bodily reflex that helps us release tension and prepares our facial muscles for speaking, eating and breathing.
Seiji OshenZa teaches you some fun pandiculations you can make with your jaws, neck and shoulders. Later in the episode you will also learn some very neat pandiculations for tension in your hands, wrists and elbows. Perfect for people with carpal tunnel syndrome, use technology frequently or work with their hands a lot.
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Attention: The teacher in this video is not a medical practitioner but a certified Clinical/Hanna Somatic Educator, a practitioner that uses the understanding of neurophysiology to reeducate a client’s brain into unlearning habituated muscular patterns for physical pain relief and enhanced motor function. This video is meant for educational and experiential purposes only. The teachings given in this video will not cure diseases and are still safe to use with most conditions unless specified. Use with your own discernment; consult with your doctor if necessary.
Do you have pain and/or tension that you struggle with or want to learn to let go of? Are you having a hard time changing your posture or have suffered an accident or injury in your life? Email us about your issue and we might show you what you can do in the next episode!
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