Back Stretching Yoga Workout
Back Stretching Yoga usually comes from the popular style of Bikram or ‘hot’ yoga. Sometimes you don’t have the ability to do an entire yoga workout, or your back simply needs some stretching. This is a good time to go through some back stretching yoga specific workouts. Yoga is slow at first, but you will become more flexible over time.
The yoga poses involved in back stretching involve heart yoga. This type of yoga stems from envisioning the heart as the center of your body. You want to bend your extremities around your heart in ways that radiate energy to and from your heart. The ancient wisdom of yoga teaches us that we are all loved and connected to nature. You cannot separate from nature, but can draw fully on your integration and infinite existence with it.
Use and object behind you and curl backwards against it.
Stand on your knees, bring your hands to your back. Curl backwards, with your hips forward, chest out.
Extended Camel Pose
Stand on your knees, bring your hands to your back. Curl backwards, with your hips forward, chest out. Then, if you can, grab your feet with your hands.
Go Through Your Vinyasa
This means go into a plank, then pushup position (called chaturanga in yoga), then the downward dog position.
Go into a chaturanga, or pushup position. Bend your head and shoulders back.
Place arms under your body with your palms facing down. Inhale and lift right leg up. This will work your legs and stretch your upper back.
From chaturanga position, spread your arms out. Now, arch your back and move your head and spread-arms backward.
Grab your feet, take a deep breath. Inhale, and bring both your arms and legs above your head.
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