The lying posture
Lying on your back, bend your knees so the soles of your feet are comfortably on the ground and not too close or too far from
your bottom. Place your arms to each side in an anatomical position – this means your arms angle out from your body and
your hands will be roughly 30cm from your sides.
Sink the top parts of both your upper arm bones into the floor. This naturally rolls your collarbones wide and separated and repositions your thoracic spine. This relaxes
the large upper back and neck muscles and fires up the hundreds of smaller muscles around your spine and ribcage.