Postural Wall Stand Exercise

Target Muscle Group Description & Cues  
Target muscle group varies
depending on pre-existing posture
Postural Wall Stand Exercise
-Stand with your back against a wall or door frame
-Your glutes should be just touching the wall, your heels may
or may not touch the wall depending on your body type
-Feet shoulder width apart and toes pointing straight forward
-Neutral Knees; soften your knees. They should be neither hyperextended
(locked) or bent.
-Find your Neutral Pelvis by tilting your hips back and forth and
finding the approximate middle
-Pull your shoulders back by squeezing your shoulder blades together. Be careful not to arch through the lower back. Don't increase the amount of space between your rib cage and pubic bone.
-Bring your shoulde blades down your back, away from yor ears
-The back of your head should touch the wall.
-Keep your chin tucked in
-Breath deep into your abdomen as you hold this posture for 1-2 minutes.


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