5 Mar 2011
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For improved balance, reduce neck tension.
New students often ask, “where should I put my head?” In fact, there is no proper position for your head because your head moves in response to everything you do. As shown in the image above, the free movement of your head contributes to balance because its weight at the top of your spine counterbalances your torso. Neck tension limits head movement and your ability to respond to balance challenges. And if you ever feel like your are falling backwards, put your head forward, not back.
Resources for Improving Balance: