Bend your neck forwards, and then side-bend your neck by taking your left ear towards your left shoulder. Hold on to a chair to make the stretch stronger. This will allow you to feel a stretch at the back and side of your neck. You can make the stretch stronger by assisting with your hand, and can change the direction of the stretch by changing the direction in which your chin points. It is worth playing with the stretch to see which position you feel you need to stretch the most.
Sit down with good posture. Draw your belly button inwards (towards the back of the chair slightly) and tilt your pelvis backwards (i.e. flatten your spine against the chair). Return to the start position (arching your back - known as a lumbar Hyperlordosis). This exercise strengthens the deep abdominal muscles and improves core control
Sitting bare foot, lift your foot off the floor. Use your toes and ankle to draw letters of the alphabet. Start with "a" and then progress right through the alphabet to "z". Keep each letter and movement controlled and specific.
Feel free to give me a call as I will probably be working from home as well, and I am offering free 10 min telephone advice chats, as well as 30 min Telehealth consultations for a more in depth assessment and advice and more specific exercises to try and keep you all pain free. 07474 521 329