Tension Free Shoulders and Neck

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Molly shares the ‘extras’ that have helped her relieve the neck and back strain that come with caring for her 9 month-old baby. This isn’t just a workout for moms, anyone with tension in the upper back from slumping over a desk, computer or steering wheel will benefit immensely. You can do this class on it’s own or as a warm up before your regular Reformer or mat workout to release your shoulders and turn on your Powerhouse instead. APPARATUS NOTE: This session uses the Cadillac and Small Barrel along with a Weighted Bar and 2 pound Arm Weights.

 

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7 Comments

  1. jackielatour

    I love this workout, it reminded me of how much I need this! The perfect exercises for my tight shoulders and a nice pace throughout the video. Thank you Molly!

    • Molly Niles Renshaw Author
      Molly Niles Renshaw 6 years ago

      I’m glad this was helpful, Jackie. Thank you! x Molly

  2. Martien Janssen 6 years ago

    I’m so glad I ‘found’ you!! I met you at the UK Classical Pilates Convention.
    Fantastic website! Perfect for people who are eager to learn!
    Thanks for your great work!
    Best wishes from Belgium 😉

  3. jodie 7 years ago

    Where can I purchase a small barrel like that one?

    • Molly Niles Renshaw Author
      Molly Niles Renshaw 7 years ago

      Hi Jodie, this one is from Gratz, the company that makes the best Pilates equipment, in my opinion. You can get a less expensive but still nice one at Balanced Body or look for a used one at http://www.thepilatesguy.com. Good luck! Molly

  4. Molly Niles Renshaw Author
    Molly Niles Renshaw 7 years ago

    Thank you! I agree – breastfeeding positions can do a number on your posture! Thanks for the comments!

  5. lghammerle

    Thanks Molly! Those are a perfect bunch of exercises for a breastfeeding mother who slumps forward to feed. A mother who sits to breastfeed is in a worse position than a computer slumper because of the weight of the baby!

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