4 Quick Yoga Stretches For Back Pain Relief

Yoga for back pain (Yoga dolor de espalda) — Release your tight muscles and relieve from back pain by practicing these simple yoga stretches. Yoga exercises for back pain are effective in strengthening the back muscles, thereby addressing both causes and symptoms of back pain in a gentle way. Our lifestyle today has made problems like back pain a very common thing. With the help of these 4 back pain relief yoga stretches, you can get rid of any pain arising on your back be it upper or lower. Unlike medications, these yoga poses for back pain has no side effect and they provide a long term solution to your back issues. Yoga poses for back pain

Check out these beginners stretches:

1. Mountain Pose (Tadasana)

2. Power Yoga Warrior Poses

3. KING PIGEON POSE (Raja Kapotasana)

4. Malasana (Garland Pose)

Why yoga poses are so effective to get rid of back pain? By following the above mentioned poses you loosen the tight muscles and remove wind from the back joints alleviating your back pain. Several studies have confirmed the power of yoga on stretching, strengthening and enhancing the flexibility of back muscles. So yoga is sometimes considered as a powerful alternative to traditional medications specifically in treating the back pain or back arches. Special cautions while practicing the back pain relief yoga postures:

  1. Yoga poses might not give you instant relief. If you have severe back pain or you have been diagnosed with medical conditions like slip disc or arthritis, you must consult with a physician before starting any physical exercise.
  2. In order to get maximum benefit of these yoga poses, you need to do them correctly. Therefore, you must start practicing with a certified yoga expert.
  3. Always practice these postures gently and to the extent you are comfortable. You can slowly increase the intensity.

Hatha yoga refers to a set of physical exercises (known as asanas or postures), and sequences of asanas, designed to align your skin, muscles, and bones. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body — especially the main channel, the spine — so that energy can flow freely. For more videos on other hatha yoga poses, subscribe to YuppTV india Bazaar@ http://www.yupptv.in/#!/bazaar/channel/Stylecraze-Yoga

These asanas have been performed by a trained yoga instructor.

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