In this video, you’ll learn easy neck exercises to reduce tension with the Pocket Physio. It’s not uncommon to experience neck pain and stiffness especially if you’re sat at a desk for extended periods. Using the pocket physio can help relieve this tension.

Watch the video or read more below:

Here are your Three Easy Neck Exercises to Reduce Tension with the Pocket Physio to try:


Exercise #1: Top of the Neck

Easy Neck Exercises with the Pocket Physio: Top of the Neck

Place the two pointy parts of the Pocket Physio at the top of the neck, just underneath the skull. Hold onto it with one or two hands, or squash it against a wall for more leverage. Gently push the back of your neck into the Pocket Physio and hold for 5-seconds before releasing and repeating.

Hold: 5-seconds.

Repeat 5-6 times.

Exercise #2: Head Rotation

Easy Neck Exercises with the Pocket Physio: Head Rotation

Place the two pointy parts of the Pocket Physio at the top of the neck as you did above. Use one hand or both hands to keep it firmly in place. Slowly turn your head to the right and slowly turn your head to your left.

Repeat: 5-6 times to each side.

Exercise #3: Head Tilt

Easy Neck Exercises with the Pocket Physio: Head Tilt

Place the flat part of the Pocket Physio on the wall for leverage and squash the pointy ‘elbow’ part with the lower part of your neck (this targets the trapezius muscle, which starts from the top of your neck and goes down into the back of your shoulders and upper back).

Keep the pressure on the pocket physio and tilt your head away, which will give you a stretch down the side of the neck.

Repeat: 5-6 times to each side.


If you liked this exercise video, watch our videos on YouTube. Don’t forget to Like and Subscribe!


Trying out different exercises is key to improving and maintaining the body’s flexibility, which in turn can help with recruiting muscles efficiently.

If you’ve got any questions on the above, then please let us know (click for contact details).

Remember – Listen to Your Body!

Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.


As with all information given for exercises and exercise programs, when using our exercise videos or information, please use your common sense and don’t do anything that will hurt you. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. PhysioFit Health will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of information shared on our website or YouTube channel. This includes emails, videos, and text. Thanks for your understanding.

© PhysioFit Health

Comments are closed