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If you experience any sort of pain or discomfort in your wrists, give these 3 poses a try every day.
These are great to help with your yoga practice, if you have any pain in poses such as downward dog or plank. It is also great for those who use their hands a lot, like musicians and artists.
1. Strengthen – Open your arms out to the sides or up over head. Start to close and open your fists as quickly as possible. Do this for at least 30 seconds, until it starts to burn, and you feel it in the forearms. This might even seem easier on one side than the other. When done, take some time to shake the hands out.
2. Extension – Come to table top on hands and knees. Turn the fingers of the right hand to point towards you. Leave the palm flat on the mat, and spread the fingers wide. Send the weight back in to the hips. Keep pushing in to the finger tips and knuckles. Slowly start to lift the palm off of the mat from the base of the hand. Bending in to the elbow. Hold for several breaths. Slowly lift the hand and shake it out. Then repeat on the other hand.
3. Flexion – Sitting nice and tall, reach your arms out front. Make fists, folding four fingers in and thumbs on the outside. Roll the knuckles down, as if the knuckles could touch the underside of the forearms. Start to make little half moon circles, from side to side.
If you prefer being guided by me through each one, press play on the video below.
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