Sit again on your calves and ankles and place your elbows before you on the floor close to your knees. Then come onto all fours and place your head between your two hands. Take a deep inhalation, hold your breath, and roll your head forward on the floor until you feel a stretching in the back of the neck. (Be careful not to ever stretch your neck. If you have problems with the cervical vertebrae do not do this movement). Hold your breath while rolling your head back and forth within the limits of the stretching ability of your neck muscles. Then exhale and relax. Do this three times.
Contraindications: Serious lower back problems, hernia, High blood pressure, detached retina, neck problems
Benefits: This exercise opens up the flow of energy and blood in the muscles of the back of the neck. This allows these muscles to relax and ensures greater flow of blood to the head.