September 8th 2013
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If you suffer from any form of back pain, lower back pain, sciatica or a herniated disc and you are tired of the pain controlling your life, then learn how to take care of your back by reducing or eliminating your back pain and improving your posture.
Studies suggest yoga can help diminish back pain because the physical poses involve movement and incorporate both stretching and strengthening of the muscles. In the largest study to date on yoga and lower back pain, researchers found that attending 12 weeks of weekly yoga classes improved back function and reduced symptoms in people with chronic lower back pain; yoga classes were an effective and safe option for those with back pain. Moreover, there was a reduced need for pain medications. The pain reduction continued six months after the classes began and participants were able to use less medication to manage their lower back pain.The study is published in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
The Refelctions Yoga Center's "Back Care Yoga" series focuses on therapeutic yoga exercises to stretch and loosen the back, lengthen the spine and build strong and flexible muscles to support it. The "Back Care Yoga" series executes yoga poses to decompress the spine and yoga techniques to rejuvenate the tissues around the spine for a healing process. The "Back care Yoga" is a therapeutic yoga approach for severely injured patients, resulting in a faster recovery for those patients.
Even if you don't have back issues yet, the "Back Care Yoga" classes are a great way to keep your back healthy. By keeping your back muscles flexible and strong, it reduces the chances to get a back jury. It improves your daily back posture making you feel good and look good with a straight back.
The classes have been 100% sucessful. Every student who tried the "Back Care series" experienced an improvement in their back condition in the first few classes. The back care yoga calsses had helped students with different kind of back conditions such as: students who could not sleep at night as a result of pain due to sciatica; students requiring morphine for the back pain; students requiring cortisol for the lower back pain, etc.. all experienced healing or improvement of their back pain.
Bring your back to a healthy state!