Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska and this Yoga tips for trapezius. The trapezius or more commonly known as the trap, is a large muscle that runs from the base of the skull, down the spine, to the middle of the back, and up over your scapula. There's really three parts of this trapezius. The upper traps which help us to shrug, the mid traps which help us to pull our shoulders back and the lower traps which help us to pull our shoulders down our back. I've chosen two exercises from our trapezius from our Yoga. Both of which are going to work our middle and lower trapezius. Because I tend to find out that our upper trapezius is over developed in most people. The first one is called Fish Pose. You want to come down onto the floor and onto your back. Place your hands beneath the small of your back and reach your legs out in front of you. they actually get to stay quite relaxed. And on an inhale, you're going to arch your back, lifting your chest towards the sky and place the top of your head on your mat. Lifting the chest up, if you feel balanced and secure there, you can reach the palms down to the side. Our second move for our trapezius is called Locust. We're going to lie down on our stomach and reach our arms out to the side and our feet behind us. Drawing the belly button in and off of the mat. On an inhale, we're going to lift everything up and off the ground. Coming down to the stomach, place the palms down to the side, squeeze the legs towards each other. Tail bone under and on an inhale, lift, exhale to lower.