Hi, I'm Denise Druce. Let's look at some ways to stretch your rhomboids. These are the muscles between your shoulder blades and they are the place where we tend to get really tight and we hold our stress. A really easy and effective way to stretch your rhomboids is in cat pose. So you'll start on all fours with your hands right under your shoulders and then just round your back like an angry cat, just open up your shoulder blades, tuck your chin to your chest, make your spine as long as possible and just hold there for five or six breaths. That's called cat pose. The second stretch is called thread the needle. So from all fours, you will reach your right arm underneath your left arm and then just drop your weight down so that you are laying on the back of your right shoulder and you will take a few breaths there, five or six breaths there really seeing if you can feel the shoulder blade stretch away from the spine and then you will switch sides, shredding the left arm underneath the right. The third stretch is called knot pose and for knot pose you'll come down onto your belly and you'll be resting on your forearms in a pose called sphinx pose and then again you'll thread the needle. So start by taking your right arm underneath your left arm and extend your arms out wide to the sides. So that's a good stretch. If you want to make it a little more deep, you can walk your hips forward and place your head on the floor, take five or six breaths here and then release and switch so that your other arm is on top.