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Yoga Sequence for an Aching Back

Yoga Sequence For an Aching Runner's Back - If you run, it's not unusual to experience back pain at some point. This pain can be caused by tense upper back muscles and shoulders, weak abs, tight hamstrings and hips, or a combination. You'll be amazed at h

5 yoga poses for back pain- Need to do!

Twists like the Half Lord of the Fishes pose are great for the back because they lengthen and strengthen the spine. Be sure to pay attention to your body while doing this pose; if you are in a lot of back pain, start slowly before going too deep into the

Eagle Spinal Twist

Here's a relaxing way to increase side-to-side spinal flexibility. Lie on your back and wrap your left toes around the back of your right ankle, just like in Eagle Pose. Extend your arms out in cactus position with your elbows at right angles, palms