In this sequence, we bend the spine forwards, backwards, side to side and in rotation, and finish with Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
Tag - Upper Back Pain
When you slow down your movements, you can actually feel what's going on in your body much better than you thought you could.
This sequence is a doozie for both upper and lower back pain. We mobilise the spine and stretch the hips, back, calves and hamstrings.
This relaxing sequence is focussed primarily on the lower back. If you have weakness or pain here, please listen carefully to your body.
This sequence is designed to loosen up the spine, hips, shoulders and backs of the legs to improve suppleness and fluidity of movement.
This backbending sequence involves a couple of trickier poses. It's a nice, lazy flow to try if you've been practicing for at least a few months.
This twisting sequence is designed to wring out tension throughout the body, with a specific focus on the spine, abs, obliques and hips.
In this sequence, notice how challenging your balance requires stability in the hips and core. This can help to prevent lower back pain.
This sequence focuses on spinal extension. Backbends counteract the rounding-forward seated position so prevalent in ten modern workplace.
This sequence combines standing, seated and reclining twists. Move mindfully through the poses, taking care not to over-rotate your spine.
This sequence includes some more advanced backbends. Please be cautious, taking the modified version of any pose that feels out of reach.
This sequence combines twists and sidebends to stretch muscles throughout the body. Make sure that you are warmed up before you start.
In this sequence we open up the hip flexors, stretch the chest and activate the glutes, in preparation for one of the deepest yoga backbends.
In this upper body strength workout, we work the arms, shoulders, chest and core in a series of poses that are called arm balances in yoga.
In this sequence, we start with a few rounds of Box-Breathing, mobilise the spine and open up the hips. Try to stay present as you gradually unwind.