The Knitter's Stretching Guide (part 1) with Natasha Ireland (RMT)
All stretches are meant to be held for a 30 second period to ensure effectiveness and safety. Never stretch to the point of pain or serious discomfort. The intention is to lengthen your muscles in a healthy way that feels good and creates relief. Always check with your physician if you have serious pain/discomfort. Stretching is meant to compliment your lifestyle and maintain a health by reducing tension, lengthening musculature, and encouraging healthy circulation. It's wise to take a gentle approach over an aggressive one to stay safe; move slowly, and be gentle with your stretches.
The Knitter's Stretching Guide (all parts, new or old) comes with a disclaimer that these are recommended stretches only. If you have pain in your wrist, fingers or forearms, this guide should never replace the advice of your doctor. It is recommended that you try these stretches with moderate and gentle pressure only. Fibre Arts Road and any parties participating in the Knitter's Stretch Guide shall not be held responsible for any damages done both mentally or physically.