This month we have been focusing on the importance of movement. Epigenetics (how your habits and environment impact your gene expression) states that movement is essential for healthy gene expression. Moreover, the only way your joints receive nutrients in and push waste out is through movement.
So let’s keep it moving! Check out this video of Dr. Karo detailing a simple routine you can incorporate to ensure sufficient spinal hygiene movement in your day to day. The stretches are also written out below for your ease of reference.
Each of these stretches can be done while standing, sitting, kneeling, and in many other positions. Be sure to do at least 10 repetitions of each of these stretches at least twice a day in order to keep your adjustment longer and prevent any Neuro-Structural shifts from happening: