《Lower Back Injury》
YOGA SEQUENCE: TIGHT HIPS & LOWER BACK PAIN This is targeted to newbies & those who find sitting on the floor challenging & in particular sit at the desk all day. Also great for runners, cyclists, cardio junkies to do something slower & more meditative & just need to stretch 1. WIDE KNEE CHILD POSE Toes together stretch arms forward. Put a block under forehead if bum doesn't touch the heels, every exhale should sink the belly & chest down 2. KNEES TOGETHER CHILD POSE You may initially feel ...
Do you do the bridge pose? Lying on your back, bend both knees and place the feet flat on the floor hip width apart. This is just the start! The benefits of this exercise are endless and here we have created an article with this, and many more exercises to really build and firm your glutes, legs and back! When you haven’t trained, the muscles to suffer the most from a sedentary lifestyle are the glutes. They constitute the largest and powerful muscle group in your body.
Whether you're living with chronic pain or just want to stretch and strengthen your back, here are yoga poses to try. While yoga isn't a good idea if you have severe pain, those with occasional soreness or chronic aches may greatly benefit from certain postures that can help lengthen your spine, stretch and strengthen your muscles, and return your back to its proper alignment. Yoga’s focus on balance and steadiness encourages your body to develop defences against the causes of back pain.