Top 10 yoga poses for back pain(Neuro)

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Top 10 yoga poses for back pain relief

Back pain is a common ailment that affects people of all ages.So dear friends Today I have shared top 10 yoga poses for back pain(neuro).I hope that it can be helpful to you.

Top 10 yoga poses
(For Neuro back pain only)

By combining physical poses with breath control and meditation, yoga helps to remain strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, and promote relaxation. In this blog, we shall explore the top ten yoga poses that can provide relief and healing for back pain.

List of Top 10 Yoga Poses for Backpain

1.Locust Pose:

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Sources:Wikipedia

How to do it

  • Lie on your stomach with your arms extended next to your torso and your palms facing up.
  • Lift your head, chest, and arms off the ground, and raise your legs all the way up.
  • Hold this pose for up to 1 minute and keep focus on a straight spine and neck

Benefits

Strengthen back body, arms, and legs. Relieve lower back pain and fatigue.

2.Cat-Cow Pose:

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Sources:Yogapedia

This pose is a gentle yet effective way to stretch and mobilize the spine. By choice between arching and rounding your back, you promote flexibility in the entire vertebral column. This pose also engages muscles in your abdomen, shoulders, and neck

How to do it

  • Starts on your hands and knees in a tabletop position.
  • Inhale as you bridge your back, lifting your tailbone and chin (Cow Pose)
  • Breathe out as you round your back, toting your chin to your chest (Cat Pose).
  • Continue this  movement for 1 minute, focusing on releasing tension.

Benefits

Stretch and mobilize spine. Engage abdomen, shoulders, neck.

3.Sphinx Pose

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Sources: Masterclass

Sphinx Pose gently  make strong your spine and buttocks while stretching your chest, shoulders, and abdomen. It can also help in relieving stress and lower back pain

How to do it

* Position yourself on your belly, stretching out your legs behind you

* Place your elbows under your shoulders and lift your upper torso and head

* Gently engage your lower abdominals to support your back

* Hold this pose for up to 4 to 5 minutes, maintaining relaxation and engagement

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