Yoga is considered to be a safe method of pain management for those who are in significant lower back pain. According to a study by the Archives of Internal Medicine, taking 12 weeks of weekly yoga classes not only improved overall back function but it also reduced symptoms for suffers of chronic lower back pain. Those who participated in the study even reported that they required less medication to relieve the effects of their back pain. So why not try yoga for lower back pain yourself. Prevent Lower Back Pain by Robyn Capobianco
1. Lower Back Pain Relief - Freedom From Pain
Deeply alleviate pain in the lower back. Whether you are experiencing symptoms of fibromyalgia, old injuries or accidents, or simply poor lifestyle habits, this series is designed to help you find simple, effective pain relief techniques for everyday life. In this video, Tanya Fitzpatrick guides you through simple, effective exercises to relieve pain.
2. Yin Yoga for the Lower Back
This yin yoga class focuses on alleviating discomfort in your lower back by providing supportive poses that are held for an extended period of time. These poses feel especially good if you spend a lot of time standing throughout the day or doing strenuous work.
3. Ease Lower Back Pain
This class will help alleviate chronic lower back pain and unexpected flare-ups. Robyn will gently guide you into comfortable positions that relieve tension and increase joint mobility.
4. 7 Day Body & Soul Boot Camp: Nourishing Yoga
In this nourising 30-min yoga practice, you'll move through a gentle yin sequence to deeply release your lower back in order to ease pain and improve alignment. Brett will then guide you through a Yoga Nidra to allow your body to completely relax and rejuvenate. This practice is ideal before bed.
5. Manage Lower Back Pain
One of the best ways to reduce lower back pain is to build integrated strength. In this class, Robyn will guide you through deeper mobilization exercises that challenge your core integration as it corresponds to lower back health.
6. Supported Restorative Backbends
This class is all about supported backbends. Bending forward is a large part of our daily routine. We lean forward and sit at the computer facing forward. These restorative poses, guided by Judith Hanson Lasater, will help undo the constant habit of this action to help you relieve tension and reduce pain. Backbends do not need to be strenuous or intense in order to feel the benefits. These poses are more about opening rather than stretching.
7. Yoga For Lower Back Pain
The tight, achy, soreness and pain that comes from moving or twisting our backs makes us want to freeze and not move, and can perpetuate spinal immobility. This gentle yoga class will help loosen up what binds you and teach you safe and effective movements you can do to ease low back pain.
8. Prevent Lower Back Pain
Stretch and strengthen the muscles around your pelvis to prevent lower back pain flare-ups. If any of these moves cause pain, listen to your body and modify accordingly.