Lower back pain affects over 31 million Americans at some time or another. For some it is temporary lasting a few days to a few months and for others it is chronic. Back pain is something we have all experienced and is often related to sciatic pain, especially if you have a herniated disc. This practice is about relieving some of the pressure and tightness which may make lower back pain and sciatic pain persist to grant you some relief and release. Always ask your doctor what poses you should or should not be doing with your specific condition and if a pose doesn't feel right or you experience sharp shooting pain or deep discomfort, come out of the pose and move to another. And always feel free to gather more pillows and blankets just in case you need more support (throw pillows, bed pillows, towels)!
Just a note here too - if you are not experiencing any symptoms of back pain or sciatica, this could be used as a preventative measure - keeping the spine long, limber and healthy.
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