This short video shows a RollStretch exercise – how to use a hard ball to target the muscles in which most people's headaches start: the sub-occipitals.
As well, you'll learn how to move the point of maximum pressure around the whole base of the skull, as well as up and down the side of the back of the neck and skull. Brilliant five-minute break for computer users!
March 2, 2020
RollStretch techniques for releasing sub-occipitals and back of the skull
Thanks again for slowing the process down and maximizing the full range of possibilities with the pelvic tilt-hip raise in this stretch. I so appreciate the reminder that the fascia and muscles can be stretched in the hips to assist the stretch in the neck.