Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you some exercises if you have tightness in your hands. So the first one that I want you to do is come down onto your mat and get yourself so that your shoulders are over your hands and your knees are right underneath your hips and then you're going to walk your hands out one hand length in front and then you're going to move your shoulders directly over your hands. I'm going to go ahead and let my stomach go and let my spine settle into a natural position. I'm going to drop my head down and then I'm going to rotate my elbows in and out. So the pressure is on my hands and moving my elbows like this opens up my upper back which actually causes a lot of the tightness in your hands. You could do about ten. I'm going to tuck my toes under and then I'm going to lift my hips up in the air, keeping my knees bent and then I'm going to bring my chest in towards my thighs shooting my hips up towards the ceiling. I'm going to drop my head down and I'm going to hang out in this position for a couple deep breaths, again keeping my hands flat on the mat, opening up my upper back. And I'm going to come back down onto my knees. I'm going to stay in this table top position and I'm just going to flip my hands around. So my fingers are pointing towards my knees and I'm just going to shift my hips back a little bit, stretching out my forearms and then I want to put my hands out to the side, rock from side to side and then back to the front position here and rocking forward and back. Do those exercises three times through and those will help you stretch your hands if you have tightness. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.