Gentle Shoulder Corrector I
This exercise is simple but deceptively strong. Put your fingers tips on the ends of your shoulder blades. With fingers on the tips of your shoulders:
Shoulder Corrector II : Wear Your Shoulders Like a Hero’s cape...
Your shoulder is only connected to your torso at one small joint. This joint is at the collar bones right where you would button a cape. Your shoulders rely 100 percent on muscular balance to sit evenly over your rib cage. When everything is well balanced the tips of your shoulder blades drop lightly down the back and there is lift and openness in the upper chest across the collar bones. Instead of being crowded onto the front of your body your shoulders will feel open and easily drop down your back.
Think of a hero in a cape vs. a villain. Imagine an strong open upper chest with shoulders (a cape) effortlessly flowing down the back.
Breath in deeply into your upper chest and at the same time pull your shoulders straight down your back about 1/2 inch. Hold this breath as you keep your chest lifted and shoulders pulled down your back.
Next: Gently take this your more open chest and “lightly pulled down the back” shoulders for a walk. Direct your breath occasionally into your upper chest as you walk.
Do this exercise several times per day. It will help you to open your shoulders and relax your neck.