Five Ways to Release the Upper Back
These tips are designed for you to listen first to get the idea, then repeat them on your own throughout the day. These are all done in sitting, whereas the longer lesson is on the back.
I give this lesson to my students all the time as it seems we all hold the area between and just below the shoulder blades. I love the rolled blanket under the back. As the spine and ribs soften, the whole back responds to the feet.
For more like this, see “Unwind Your Shoulders” under Seven Best Series in the Feldenkrais Treasury.