Night Moves, Ep. 7: Spinal Rotation, Neck & Traps

by Julianne Russell
Performance360 Coach, E-RYT 200, 100HR Happy Back Certified Yoga Therapy

Ever wondered, “what’s a mobility drill for my traps?”

In Episode 7 of Coach Julianne’s Night Moves, she leads us through an 18 minute mobility sequence dedicated to rotating the spone and loosening up our traps and neck.

Where Can I Expect to Benefit?
If you perform a lot of power and Olympic lifts, you are not going to want to miss this sequence from Coach Julianne. These are movements that work the traps very much, as well as compress the spine (saggital), so it’s important to provide balance by taking the spine through some rotation (transverse plane).

What Do I Need?
A strap, towel or anything that allows you to make your arms longer.

Session Length:
18m 52s

Have Chronic Lower Back Pain?
As always, be sure to check out Julianne’s Lower Back Manifesto. And read Coach Dave’s Why You’re In Pain and What You Can Do About It.

Julianne Russell is a coach at Performance360. She is an ERY-T 200, holds a 100hr Happy Back Certification with physical therapy focus, is the Lead Teacher Trainer at CorePower Yoga and has accumulated 7,000 hours of yoga teaching.

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