Is your back aching? There’s a yoga pose for that.
Although standing orients your spine into proper posture, standing for too long can cause back pain. Incorporating a yoga routine can relieve pain.
Stretch it with Garland Pose, strengthen it with Upward Bow, relieve lower back pain with Bharadvaja’s Twist, and soothe your spine with Cat-Cow.
The bridge pose can be energising, rejuvenating and restorative as well.
More poses to practice includes:
- extended poppy pose
- downward facing dog
- extended triangle pose
- head-to-knee forward bend
- locust pose
For more yoga poses or regular practice please contact Brigitta on 0450 282 452 or email to [email protected]
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