You've heard before, but I'll say it again; in today's world back pain is more common than ever. Our sedentary, smart-phone and computer-led lives have caused us to have rounded upper backs, short hip flexors and tight hamstrings which all contribute to poor posture and back pain.
One of the most common questions I get from people when they find out I teach yoga is: "what stretches can I do for my back?". Well folks, you asked, I delivered. Did you know that most back pain isn't actually anything to do with the back, but instead is caused by tight hips, short hamstrings and/or poor pelvic posture? Some of these poses might feel or look like they're not targeting the back, but trust me, practice these postures daily and you'll feel the difference!Read More