Yoga for the lower back
By Salute to the Sun Yoga, Mar 9 2018 03:34PM
Yoga for your back can help to ease discomfort and build strength. It is important to begin your yoga practice with the guidance of a qualified yoga teacher so you can learn variations and adaptations of poses to suit your body. If you're already attending regular yoga classes and occasional yoga workshops, you may find the following yoga sequence useful for your home practice.
Ease tension in the lower back with some help from these 5 yoga poses (click here):
1) Triangle pose
4) Eye of a Needle
5) Childs pose
Note: remember to exercise within your limits. Never force or strain. If you feel dizzy, light headed, faint or if you experience any other discomforts, stop exercising immediately and seek medical advice. Before any workout you should stretch to warm up and cool down afterwards. No heavy meals for two hours before workout. Keep hydrated by drinking water before during and after yoga practice. Exercise in a light area, with enough free space around you. Wear comfortable clothing so you can move freely. If you are unsure about any medical issues please consult your doctor particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medications, or have any existing medical conditions.
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