This pose stretches the spine and the shoulder. Helps to release the back pain.
Tag: Regular exercise
This pose is highly recommended for lower back pain. It stretches the chest, neck, and spine. Repeat this pose 4 to 5 times.
This relaxing pose will release your lower back and increase overall spinal flexibility at the same time. It also massages lower back and hips.
From Downward Facing Dog, step both feet together and bring your right knee forward between your hands so your outer right leg is resting on the mat.
Sit back on heels and open knees about hip width on a mat.
This classic yoga pose is a great total body stretch that targets back extensors, or the large muscles that help form your lower back, support your spine, and help you stand and lift objects.
These two postures are a great way to keep the back limber in proper way.
One of the most common pain condition people facing due to long hour sitting, sedentary lifestyle or sometimes due to not stretching enough leads to back pain. Yoga asanas can be helpful in these situations and help to overcome the pain. Some of the simple asanas that could help is described in next few slides.