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Bow is an advanced backbend.
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Bow

Bow pose improves spinal mobility and stretches the chest and shoulders. It is an advanced posture so please be extra careful.

Bridge can help to alleviate lower back pain.
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Bridge

Bridge is a key postural counterpose that activates the posterior chain and can help to alleviate knee, lower and upper back pain.

Camel is an advanced yoga backbend.
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Camel

Camel is an advanced backbend that improves spine and shoulder mobility, stretches the hip flexors, abs and chest and activates the glutes.

Cat-Cow mobilises the spine.
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Cat

Cat pose improves spinal mobility, stretches the upper back and shoulders, alleviates neck pain and relieves stress and tension.

Cow is a beginner backbend.
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Cow

Cow pose is a beginner backbend that is great for increasing t-spine mobility and relieving pain in the neck and in between the shoulder blades.

Rabbit pose is the deepest forward bend in yoga.
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Rabbit

Rabbit is an advanced pose that puts your spine into deep flexion. Please be careful with this pose—especially if you suffer from lower back pain.

Seated Twist reduces stiffness in the neck and shoulders.
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Seated Twist

Seated Twist is a gentle spinal twist that opens up the hips and stretches the chest, shoulders, upper and lower back. It's great for your posture.

Snake is a great chest opener.
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Snake

Snake pose is a great postural counterpose that strengthens the mid back, lower back and glutes and opens up the chest and shoulders.

Sphinx is a fantastic beginner backbend.
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Sphinx

Sphinx pose is a beginner backbend that increases spinal mobility, improves posture and can help to alleviate lower and upper back pain.

Thread-The-Needle is a beginner twist.
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Thread-The-Needle

Thread-The-Needle pose is a warm-up twist that increases spinal mobility and can really help to alleviate pain in between the shoulder blades.

Wheel is an advanced backbend.
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Wheel

Wheel is an advanced backbend that stretches the front of the body and strengthens the posterior chain. Please be careful in this pose.