Hello, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you a few stretches if you have a bruised tailbone. Now, bruised tailbone can be really really painful. So, there are certain things that you can do to help alleviate the pain that it causes in your back. So, the first exercise that I'm going to have you do is a forward bend. You're going to put your feet together and you're going to inhale your arms all the way up nice and tall and then you're going to exhale and just fold on over and you're going to let your head go. So, I really want you to relax in this position, feel the stretch in the back of the leg and let your head release. You're going to be here for a couple of deep breaths and then you're going to roll yourself up one vertebrae at a time, the last thing that comes up is your head. The next exercise that you're going to do is on the ground. So, you're going to come down on the ground nice and easy. You're going to lay down on your back, palms are going to be facing up, feet about hip width apart and you're going to do some pelvic tilts. So, you're going to rock your pelvis under and then you're going to tilt your pelvis forward, so there's a small arch in your lower back. So, rocking the pelvis under and then arching your pelvis forward. And you're going to do this for about ten times each direction. The last exercise is going to be cats and dogs. So, you're going to flip yourself over. So, your knees are directly underneath your hips and that your hands are underneath your shoulders. And you're going to round your spine and then you're going to arch it down, head comes up. Rounding the spine here, tucking your tailbone under and then arching your back, head comes up, squeezing your shoulder blades together. And then you'll come back in the standing position and you can repeat that series three times. And those are a few gentle stretches that will help with your bruised tailbone. My name is Amber Nimedez with LIVESTRONG.COM.