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Position your feet about 12 to 18” away from the wall and slightly bend your knees. Lean back, placing your back on the wall. Slowly press your low back, tail bone, head, and shoulder blades against the wall. If any of this causes extreme discomfort or pain, relax to a point where it is not bothering you.
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