I know in my case that when I see a gap in calendar my first reaction is along the lines of "Heck yeah! I'm going to take that time to get centered again. I'm going to catch up on my practice, catch up with my friends and I'll be damned if I wear pants before noon!" But then my calendar slowly fills up. When that should-have-been-getting-centered-time rolls around, I end up running on caffeine and sheer willpower. But look at me I'm getting so much done! I'm a fucking winner!
Instead of giving you a temporary cure or risk an invasive procedure which can sometimes take more than a year to recover from, we would like to offer you some treatments you can do in your own home that will help improve your flexibility as well as provide some relief from the pain you are currently experiencing.
Anybody can practice yoga at home. Over the years of practicing yoga I have experimented with various styles and teachers and still really enjoy going to a class. I love to be challenged in a new way that I don't always get from my own practice. However, my home practice has been the constant in the last two years and has enabled me to continue to teach and keep a sense of why I do this practice.
Yoga can be daunting for the newbie.
You trot down to the local library or Barnes & Noble, and pick up a book on the subject, and you see people twisting themselves into positions you never thought the human body capable of.
Even when you do find a book that supposedly has yoga poses for beginners, all the pictures look absolutely impossible!
Especially for you.
Statistically, research has shown that about 80% of adults would suffer from low back pain at some point in their lifetime and this condition is a major cause of job-related disability worldwide. If you are presently experiencing low back pain, here are some beneficial health tips in treating or providing considerable relief from this condition:
Office work demands a person to continuously sit indoors for eight or nine long hours every day. While you understand what sitting means, do you understand what the eight-hour sitting "actually" means? It means the absence of any kind of movement in the body along with instigation of a bad posture while you keep sitting. Bad posture indicates bad health i.e. a host of physical health problems.