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Back Pain Yoga

For most of our lives, we take our backs for granted. But at some point in just about everyone's life, our backs revolt and remind us that they need love and attention too. Thankfully, for many of us, the pain is only temporary. But for others, it can be much more debilitating—and much more frustrating.

In severe cases, medical attention may be necessary, but if your pain is less severe, yoga may be able to help by strengthening the back, stretching it and improving circulation to the spine and nerves. Here are some yoga postures for back pain. Release tight muscles in your back and alleviate back pain with these yoga poses. These are simple poses that you can do at home. But it is always advisable to practice yoga with a therapist or a medical yoga expert if you are under substantial pain and discomfort.


Cat Pose

It provides a gentle massage to your spine, muscles in your back and the organs in your abdomen.


Cow Pose

It stretches your front torso and neck and also provides warming up for your back and abdomen muscles.


Spinal twist

It massages the abdominal organs, stretches shoulders to release stress related pain, stimulates brain, helps relieve lower back and hip pain by stretching and strengthening the spine.


Downward Dog
(Adho Mukha Svanasana)

It is one of the most beneficial asana for back pain. It calms the brain and releases stress, energizes the body, stretches shoulders, hands, back, hamstrings, calves and foot all at the same time. Helps prevent osteoporosis and weakness of back.


Bridge Pose
(Setu Bandh Sarvangasana)

It stretches neck, back and chest. Helps relieve stress and also depression related to back pain, stimulates abdominal organs, lungs and thyroid, improves circulation to legs and improves bone and muscle strength in back.


Bow Pose

It stretches the entire front of your body and hence strengthening the core that is very important to relieve back pain. It improves back and posture.


Eagle Pose

It strengthens and stretches the calves and ankles which are vital in your posture and help relieve foot problems which are the major reason for back pain. It stretches thighs, hips, shoulders and upper back. It also improves concentration and a sense of balance by strengthening your core.


Child Pose

It genteelly stretches hips, thighs and ankles leading to release of blocked up energy from the back. It calms and restores the brain effectiveness and release stress and fatigue.


Locust Pose

It strengthens the muscles of back, buttocks, backs of arms and legs. It also stretches your shoulders, chest, abdomen and thighs, improves your back and its posture, stimulates abdominal organs and core and helps relieve stress.


Plow Pose

It Calms the brain, Stimulates the abdominal organs and the thyroid gland, Stretches the shoulders and spine, Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause, Reduces stress and fatigue, Therapeutic for backache, headache, infertility, insomnia, sinusitis.