Asanas & Physical Moves
Yoga Therapy for Lower Back Set
For Lower Back Pain sufferers and teachers: The rule of thumb is, if it hurts, don’t do it. Listen to yours and your student’s pain signals and if necessary move on to the next exercise. You will find that some of these exercises are painful, but others offer a welcome relief. Work with those that suit you, and you will help the lower back heal naturally.
Remember to incorporate breathing, inhale and exhale slowly and in a relaxed way through the movements and the static poses.
Keep on reminding yourself that this back ache is just a reminder of something that needs attention (sitting for too long in front of the computer, driving for too many hours, sleeping on the wrong mattress, traveling on airplanes, too much high impact sport, and emotional or mental stress, amongst others…)…but you are already offering yourself a solution. Doing your back exercises is just the beginning of the changes you need in your life.
Kundalini Rocking Exercise for the Lower Back.
This exercise saved my back many years ago and it keeps on saving it. You can also do it siting on chair. Inhale rock forward, exhale rock back. As many times as you like during the day or at the end of this set.