These yoga poses routine strengthen the back muscle and spinal health. It also helps to correct the posture.
Are you persistently obstructed and hindered in doing your everyday activities by your back pain? If the answer is yes, you have to try these yoga asanas that will help provide flexibility, strengthen and lengthen your spine. No more enduring painful therapy sessions or popping toxic pills.
Follow these 5 yoga poses to help release low back pain, strengthen your back and feel better in your daily posture.
1. BHUJANGASANA (COBRA POSE)
Lay flat on your belly, and place your hands underneath your shoulders. Lengthen your tailbone towards your heels and draw your belly button in. Press down with your hands as you start to curl your head and shoulder up off the floor. Hold for a few breaths, then lower. This will help to strengthen your lower back muscles.
2. BALASANA (CHILD’S POSE)
Come down your knees and send your hips back towards your heels. Stretch your arms out in front of you, or keep them drawn along the sides of your legs. This will stretch both the lower back and the spine.
3. TRIKONASANA (TRIANGLE POSE)
Start with your feet wider than hip’s distance facing the side of your mat. Turn your left foot inwards at a 45-degree angle. Turn your right foot out to a 90-degree angle. Extend your arms out to a T and start to reach out over the right foot. Keep length in both sides of the waist, and then tilt your torso to reach your right hand down for the right shin. Extend the left fingertips up towards the sky. Triangle pose will strengthening the back and legs but can also help to lengthen the muscles along the sides of your torso and make space.