With 20 Minutes
Yoga A Day!

Some Yoga Poses for Back Pain

Cat Pose


Bow Pose


Extended Triangle Pose


Eagle Pose


Camel Pose


Dolphin Pose


Cow Pose


Bharadvaja's Twist


Why It’s Beneficial

If you’re dealing with back pain, yoga may be just what the doctor ordered. Yoga is a mind-body therapy that’s often recommended to treat not only back pain, but the stress that accompanies it. The appropriate poses can relax and strengthen your body.

Practicing yoga for even a few minutes a day can help you to gain more awareness of your body. This will help you notice where you’re holding tension, and where you have imbalances. You can use this awareness to bring yourself into balance and alignment.

Are You Suffering From Back Pain?

Back Pain is a common health problem most of us suffer in our daily life.

According to the American College of Physicians and American Pain Society, Yoga is an effective, evidence-based treatment for Back Pain.

Yoga offers greater benefit than exercise alone. The Yoga for Back Pain practices are a combination of Self-awareness, physical exercises with breathing, mental focus, the patients are educated about good posture, healthy lifestyle, stress management, self-care, and relaxation.

The regular practice of yoga therapy can restore the normalcy of your back and help you prevent surgery.

Program Details

Duration                                   : 7 days
No. of Participant Per Batch     : 21 Nos.
Timing                                      : 6.30 A.M. - 8.30 A.M.
Course Fee                              : Rs. 6,500/-
Tentative Date                          : 12th January – 18th January, 2019

2 Hours Daily Session Will Contain :

  • Common Yoga Practices for Back Pain - 1 hr.
  • Custom Yoga Practices for Different Types of Back Pain (Group Arrangement) Depending On Type - Sciatica, Slip Disc, spondylitis etc.- 1 hr.

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