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Yoga for Back Pain Relief and Prevention – A 40-Minute Flow for All Levels

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Do you suffer from back pain? Sit at a desk or in your car all day? There are loads of solutions like pillows made from memory foam are great. Then you MUST try this routine (be sure to complete the FULL session for all the amazing benefits)! Help relieve and prevent future back pain with this back friendly beginner yoga flow. Many yoga practices involve an overemphasis on forward flexion movement of the spine, which can actually exacerbate back pain issues. This gentle practice focuses on extension poses and exercises in addition to building strength and flexibility throughout the body to help support and protect the spine. If you’re looking for a non-invasive pain solution, have you considered auricular acupuncture?

Of course, not all exercises are suitable for everyone. If you are working with a specific back injury, be sure to get your doctor and/or physical therapist’s approval before attempting this workout. If you suffer from back pain regularly, be sure to consult a professional from somewhere like True Spine Chiropractic for an expert diagnosis.

Level: Beginner-Intermediate

Equipment: A mat is recommended

Intensity: Low, Gentle

Yoga for Back Pain Relief and Prevention

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  • Elizabeth cowey November 30, 2018, 4:06 pm

    I am amazed once again. I bought 10 pounds down and it is fantastic for when you are at the top of your game. My depression and worry about my back has been almost eradicated after one session. You are a legend. So grateful

  • Laura December 30, 2015, 11:06 am

    I was hoping to alleviate only some of my lower back pain, so I was amazed that it’s almost completely gone after just one session. I have been in the habit of working out every day and overdid it, which is how my lower back came to be in so much pain. I didn’t want to get out of the habit, so I Googled stretches for lower back pain with Jessica Smith’s name and found this video. I will be adding it to my other Jessica Smith exercise plans. I can’t thank you enough! I feel like a brand new person!

  • Julie May 12, 2015, 1:41 am

    Sounds great. Somehow I’ve lost strength in the lower pelvic back area–been doing modified pigeons and other hip openers, but they haven’t loosened or strengthened that area. 🙁


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