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Aug 24 2009

5 minute exercise

This page contains 5-minute exercise routines. Including these exercises in your rest break will help relax your body and help refesh your mind. Print the page or press the start button on the timer. Drink water before and after exercise.

These Exercises are ideal when you have corporate massages, as this keeps you focused at all times.

1. Breathe normally. Raise your left arm out to the side and lift it to shoulder height. Keep your arm straight and point your fingers up to the ceiling. Push your palm away from you as if you are leaning against an imaginary wall. Hold for the count of 10 relax and shake your arm out. Repeat with right arm. Repeat twice.

2. Breathe in and hold your breath. Rotate your shoulders backwards 5 times. Breathe out while you rotate your shoulders forwards 5 times. Repeat twice.

3. Breathe normally. Sit on a straight backed chair keep your back straight your knees together and your feet flat on floor. Now take your arms behind the chair back, bringing your shoulders back as far as you can and hold to the count to 10 and relax. Repeat twice.

4. Breathing normally. Gently pull each finger and thumb in turn. Then shake and flick your hands. Repeat twice.

5. Breathe normally. Place hands on top of a table or hard surface. With your hands facing downwards and fingers out stretched, turn your hands inwards so your fingertips touch, moving your elbows outwards. Touch each finger in turn. Now turn both of your hands outwards until your thumbs touch from the tip of your thumb to the base, moving your elbows inwards. Repeat 4 times.

By Joyce Hardy www.therapy4u.biz
http://www.click2revive.co.uk/timed_exercises.php?mins=5

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Aug 17 2009

5 minute exercise

This page contains 5-minute exercise routines. Including these exercises in your rest break will help relax your body and help refesh your mind. Print the page or press the start button on the timer. Drink water before and after exercise.

These Exercises are ideal when you have corporate massages, as this keeps you focused at all times.

1. Stand in bare feet with your back to the wall, place your feet about six inches away from the wall. Take a deep breath and exhale as you curl forwards from your waist let you arms hang loose and heavy and head floppy. Inhale and start to uncurl feeling the wall make contact with your spine as you come up. Continue up the wall, till your head is touching the wall and your back is straight. (To do this, keep your shoulders rounded.) Repeat 3 times.

2. Breathe normally. Sit on a straight backed chair keep your back straight your knees together and your feet flat on floor. Now take your arms behind the chair back, bringing your shoulders back as far as you can and hold to the count to 10 and relax. Repeat twice.

3. Breathing normally. Rotate your ankles slowly five times to the right. Now rotate your ankles slowly five times to the left. Repeat twice.

4. Breathe normally and stand straight. Take your left arm and reach behind your back as far as you can reach. Now take your right hand and reach over your right shoulder, reach your left hand up your back and try to touch or hold you fingers. Hold for the count of 5, now reverse hands. Repeat twice with each arm.

5. Breathe normally. Stand in a doorway, place your hands behind your head, elbows out, your elbows need to rest outside the doorframe. Step through the door so the frame pushes your elbows apart and back. Hold for a count of 6 then step back and relax your arms. Repeat 3 times. TO finish shake your arms out.

Corporate massage is the best way to calm your staff

By Joyce Hardy www.therapy4u.biz
http://www.click2revive.co.uk/timed_exercises.php?mins=5

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Aug 15 2009

5 minute exercise

This page contains 5-minute exercise routines. Including these exercises in your rest break will help relax your body and help refesh your mind. Print the page or press the start button on the timer. Drink water before and after exercise.

These Exercises are ideal when you have corporate massages, as this keeps you focused at all times.

1. Breathing normally. Rotate your ankles slowly five times to the right. Now rotate your ankles slowly five times to the left. Repeat twice.

2. Breathe normally and stand straight. Take your left arm and reach behind your back as far as you can reach. Now take your right hand and reach over your right shoulder, reach your left hand up your back and try to touch or hold you fingers. Hold for the count of 5, now reverse hands. Repeat twice with each arm.

3. Breathe normally. Stand with your right arm and hand by your side. Point your fingers behind you, without moving your arm. With your palms facing up push your right shoulder and wrist towards the floor. Hold for 15 seconds. Then fold your hand and make fist. Hold for 15 seconds. The repeat with the left arm and hand

4. Breathing normally. Look across to your left shoulder moving your head gently. Then turn your head to the right, look across to your right shoulder. Repeat 3 times.

5. Breathe out as you relax over your knees and breathe in as you do your stretch. Sitting on the edge a steady chair with knees bent. Relax forward over your knees with your head and arms down. Then lift your body upward, at the same time takes your hands forwards then upwards in a swinging motion to point to the ceiling. Then return and relax over your knees. Repeat 5 times.

By Joyce Hardy www.therapy4u.biz
http://www.click2revive.co.uk/timed_exercises.php?mins=5

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Aug 15 2009

5 minute exercise

This page contains 5-minute exercise routines. Including these exercises in your rest break will help relax your body and help refesh your mind. Print the page or press the start button on the timer. Drink water before and after exercise.

These Exercises are ideal when you have corporate massages, as this keeps you focused at all times.

1. Take a deep breath in. Stretch and point your toes.Hold for the count of 5. Breathe out, and relax your toes and feet. Repeat twice.

2. Breathing normally. Gently pull each finger and thumb in turn. Then shake and flick your hands. Repeat twice.

3. Breathe in and count to 5. Relax all the muscles in your body. Breathe out. Repeat twice.

4. Stand in bare feet with your back to the wall, place your feet about six inches away from the wall. Take a deep breath and exhale as you curl forwards from your waist let you arms hang loose and heavy and head floppy. Inhale and start to uncurl feeling the wall make contact with your spine as you come up. Continue up the wall, till your head is touching the wall and your back is straight. (To do this, keep your shoulders rounded.) Repeat 3 times.

5. Breathe normally. Sit on a straight backed chair keep your back straight your knees together and your feet flat on floor. Now take your arms behind the chair back, bringing your shoulders back as far as you can and hold to the count to 10 and relax. Repeat twice.

By Joyce Hardy www.therapy4u.biz
http://www.click2revive.co.uk/timed_exercises.php?mins=5

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