Wrist Exercises Mobilisers

Yoga In 60 Seconds ~ Wrist Mobilisers


Wrist Exercises To Improve Range Of Movement


You can do this sitting in any position or even standing, it doesn’t have to be on the floor like this.

If you get stiffness or pain your wrists or hands, especially if you sit at a desk or do repetitive actions then you will love these quick hand and wrist exercises.

Although our hands are right in front of us and we look at them multiple times a day, I think we often ignore them and take them for granted.  That is until they stop working as we would like!  Only then do we realise what an important role they play in our everyday existence & independence.

Even if you have a preexisting condition like osteoarthritis as an example, it’s important to work through the range of movement that you still have!  If you don’t, you will lose more range over time.  Focus on what you can do, not on what you can’t as giving up and not anything will only lead to more restriction & deterioration of the joint.

Give your hands a little bit of love and try these movements once a day if it’s one of your problem areas.

I hope it helps free your range of movement up a little.

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