Yoga practice for back pain


To prevent the occurrence of pain in the lower back, it is recommended to systematically practice the following yoga poses:

Palm pose.
They stand up straight, placing the feet wider than the shoulders. The gaze is directed straight, with a breath they understand the arms up, leading them through the sides and turning the inner surface of the hands towards each other. At the upper mark of the amplitude, the palms are not connected, but left shoulder-width apart. They rise on their toes, tilt their heads slightly back and look up. Stretch for 3-5 breaths, then relax and repeat the yoga pose.

Bunny pose.
They kneel, buttocks lowered to the heels. Stretch your arms above your head, palms facing forward. They bend over, touching the floor with their palms and forehead, while the buttocks should remain pressed to the legs. Hold the position for 5 seconds, then straighten up.

Western posture.
Lie on your back, palms and feet rest on the floor and push your hips up so that the body arches. Hold the position for 20 seconds, then relax.

Yoga is an excellent means of preventing many diseases. It strengthens the muscles, helping to fight pain. But with severe pain in the process of practicing, the practice should be stopped and a doctor should be visited to exclude the presence of serious diseases and correct physical activity.