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  1. Here's another - this time of the RollStretch Levator Scapulae and Upper Fibres of Trapezius muscles and their associated soft tissues and fascia. Use good judgement and care when doing this one (due to the positioning). You don't want to fall out of position, so if you aren't comfortable in the rabbit pose or rolling around on your upper back, get those sorted first. The positon, when done correctly is really comfortable (well, besides the pressure from the travel roller on the lev scap) and very stable, especially once the foot is on the wall. I hope people get some benefit out of it. I love it, and use it often in my RollStretch sessions, or just after a long day (as sleep-prep work). D
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