1. Sit in a chair facing the wall. Place your hands as high on the wall as possible and walk your fingers higher up the wall, stretching from your lower back.
2. Broaden your shoulders by separating and lifting your shoudler blades. Keep your throat and neck soft. Don't tense your shoulders, just lift them.
3. Once you think your fingers are as high as they can be, rest for a moment in that position so your body can adjust, and then walk your fingers higher.
4. Rest and repeat several times.