I remember you telling us at Level 1 that to warm up the neck, you move the head / neck in all its directions – but that you do NOT do “head rolls” – you don’t roll the head in a circular movement. I remember someone saying “but it feels good” and you answering, “yes, and so does ice cream, but that doesn’t mean it’s good for you.”
Now, so many months later, I wonder why you say not to roll the head from front-to-side-to-back-to-side-to-front. Can you please explain precisely why? I’ve looked at the bones … but I’m still not sure why it’s bad to do this. Something to do with how the skull sits on atlas? Or the atlas/axis connection? Or the facets? Please advise.