Yoga and back pain

Let’s join hands to build the yoga revolution globally! Let’s start with saying ‘YES to Yoga talks’!
Yoga is a practice that has been around for thousands of years and is still popular today. It stands as one of the best practices for relieving back pain and other types of chronic pain. It works by stretching, strengthening and balancing the body and the mind. Yoga has been shown to be beneficial for people of all ages, genders and fitness levels.

Yoga is not only a fun and accessible form of exercise, you might even be able to get some of your friends, colleagues, and contacts to join you!
The benefits of yoga are numerous. Yoga can help you improve your flexibility, reduce stress, and strengthen your core muscles. It also helps to promote emotional well-being, which can help to relieve back pain.
In this event, we will focus on the benefits that yoga has specifically for cervical spondylitis and lower back pain relief as well. We will discuss what yoga poses are best for this type of pain and how you can practice them at home with no equipment required.

The pain in the lower back can be a result of a number of reasons. The most common cause is the strain on the spine which can happen in a variety of ways. It is one of the most common reasons for people to visit their chiropractor. Yoga has been found to be effective in this situation and it is important to know how to do it correctly. This calls for yoga under the guidance of a proper guru or expert teacher! Regardless of one’s size or flexibility, yoga’s benefits are for everybody.

The benefits of yoga for back pain are many and they include: increased flexibility, improved breathing, reduced stress, increased strength, and improved mental health!

There are many different poses that can help with getting rid of back pain so Please REGISTER to book your seat.

In the last episode, we learned brilliant yoga techniques to help reduce belly fat. In this talk, we shall ask the yoga guru about best practices for relieving back pain and other types of chronic pain. The yoga guru will teach you how to do them correctly and safely.
Yoga is a great form of exercise and even though it’s not the only option, it’s a wonderful place to start. As your body will respond better to the more consistent practice and since those with back pain seem to have a hard time actually incorporating any exercise into their everyday lives. Yoga has shown promise in some studies as reducing clinical levels of back pain symptoms.

Register to join us LIVE for the FREE Event series ‘Yes to Yoga talks – Yoga for Back Pain!
Let’s join hands to build the yoga revolution globally! Let’s start with saying ‘YES to Yoga talks’!
‘YES to Yoga talks’ launched on this International Yoga Day was the first of the event series called ‘HealThyRam – Niramaya Bharat Series’. It is an online and hybrid event series with a collective mission to connect and work with all wellness experts, masters, leaders, and seekers.

The driving force behind the series is our simple belief that “A healthy body and a healthy mind are needed for a skillful and Innovative application of any acquired knowledge to bring about personal, social and economic development.”

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