Let’s do the reverse arch stretch—or, the office chair stretch.
Start by moving up to the front of the seat and interlacing your fingers behind your back so that you open up across the front of the shoulders.
Bring your palms together, or, if that’s uncomfortable, loosen your grip a little bit so only the fingers interlace.
On an inhale, let your shoulders open up and your head drop back carefully. Continue breathing slowly here, opening up further across the front of the body.
Now, it’s very important that while you’re here if you feel any pain or discomfort you come out of it right away and consult a physician before going into it again.
That’s the reverse arch stretch.