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Yoga for Lower Back Pain
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Yoga for Lower Back Pain

05 Sessions

Sessions in this pack

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Yoga: Lower Back Pain

37 Min

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Yoga:Spine Flexibility

34 Min

Sukhasana (lateral / twist), Marjariasana , Shalabhasana (Locust pose), Adho Mukha Svanasana to plank

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Yoga: Strong Spine

30 Min

Vyaghrasana (Tiger Pose), Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose), Dhanurasana (Bow pose), Vajrasana (Twist + lateral) - Dynamic

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Yoga: Posture & Stiffness

30 Min

Tiryak Tadasana , Sarpasana, Gomukhasana, Setu Bandhasana

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Yoga: Lower Back Pain

33 Min

Padahastasana, Parighasana (Gate Pose), Paschimottansana (Seated Forward Bend), Janu Shirasasana (Seated Forehead to Knee)

About this pack

If you're dealing with lower back pain, yoga may be just what the doctor ordered. Yoga is a mind-body therapy that’s often recommended to treat not only back pain but the stress that accompanies it. Practicing yoga for even a half hour a day can help you gain more awareness of your body. This will help you notice where you’re holding tension and where you have imbalances. You can use this awareness to bring yourself into balance and alignment.

Benefits

Strengthen the Lower Back

Release stress

Improves flexibility of spine

Yoga for Lower Back Pain

Yoga is an ancient mind-body healing exercise that has existed for thousands of years as a means to improve health and well-being irrespective of age. People perform yoga before sleep to enhance their sleep quality, yoga for strength training as well as yoga for stress relief. This list also includes skeletal and muscular health which is what makes yoga for back pain very popular. Yoga for lower back pain can be very effective in relieving stress and symptoms and helping you better connect with your body.

Features of the workout

The six yoga for back pain sessions in this Cult.fit pack include a variety of different yoga poses for back pain that are sure to grant you relief over time. Each session will teach you the best asanas for back pain problems that you can perform at your convenience. The first session includes some of the best yoga poses for lower back pain such as the Balasana (Child’s Pose), Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose) and the Marjariasana (Cat Pose). These poses help you stretch and strengthen your back muscles and may provide relief from pain. In addition to the above yoga asanas for back pain, session two also introduces the Sukhasana, a simple seated back-straightening asana and the Shalabhasana (Locust Pose). Both these asanas are very effective in stimulating the back and spine. The third and fourth sessions introduce a few more yoga poses for back pain such as the Vyaghrasana (Tiger Pose), Dhanurasana (Bow Pose), Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose) and the Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose) which can be mastered with the guided sessions. The final session introduces the Padahastasana, Parighasana (Gate Pose) and the Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend) which are all part of good back pain and arm balances yoga workout. With a wide range of asanas and yoga exercises for back pain that are specifically tailored to give you the best and safest learning experience, this pack is ideal for anyone who wishes to reduce or control back pain or even prevent the development of back pain problems in the future.

Workout Structure

This pack offers five sessions full of yoga for back pain relief that is safe and will certainly help you deal with back pain in an effective better way. The asanas ease the stiffness and tightness of the back muscles while at the same time strengthening the pelvic and abdominal muscles which allow for the improvement of posture. The back muscles are toned and strengthened as well thanks to the stretching movements and this too greatly helps reduce pain in the lower back.

Benefits

Practising yoga on a daily basis has a wide range of benefits for both your mind and your body. The muscles in your body are strengthened from regular yoga sessions and this also applies to your back muscles. The stronger these muscles, the better they are able to move and the more resilient they are to strains and periods of pain. Yoga also helps free up tension in the back muscles of the body and with time will allow for better and smoother movement of the body. Since problems in posture due to long hours before the computer or in uncomfortable chairs can cause back problems, the asanas also strengthen your pelvic and abdominal muscles that help improve your posture. Yoga for digestion is also a common practice as there are several asanas that stimulate the digestive system and greatly improve the digestive function of the body, thereby improving nutrient absorption and helping prevent or reduce symptoms of gas, diarrhoea, constipation and related problems.