Yoga for Your Spine - Workshop
Belly Breathing or Diaphragmatic/
Abdominal/Yogic breathing (3.44 min):
- Respiratory system working more efficiently, filling the lungs up fully
- Stimulating relaxation
- Gently stretching and toning core and pelvic muscles
- Improving posture (as you need to sit up with a straight spine)
Lower back release (16.39 min)
Beginner - Advanced:
More videos with detail on poses available:
- Cobra pose
- Downward facing dog pose
- Leg up the wall pose
- Cat/cow pose
- Core activation
Blog posts relating to the workshop are:
You are as young as your spine - the flexibility of your spine shows the flexibility of your mind.
All emotions, experiences, traumas, karmas are stored in the spine.
The videos provided on the website are for educational purposes for current students.
Please do not practice only from the video if you have not been thought the posture / technique in person in class. By using the website you are participating at your own risk.
- Please select the appropriate level of class for your experience.
- You are free to take breaks (rest in child pose) or omit poses or sequences that are not suitable for you.
- Make sure you practice with enough space around you.
- Wear comfortable clothing in which you can move freely.
- You should avoid any heavy meals for two hours before practice.
- Keep yourself hydrated before and after practice.
- If you feel dizzy, light-headed, faint or if you experience any other discomfort please stop the practice immediately and seek attention and appropriate medical advice
- Do not practice if you have an injury, feeling sick, pregnant, under the influence of alcohol or drugs
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