Yoga improves flexibility and strength and is a very effective treatment to help you release any form of pain. Yoga is great for your well-being, intimacy and reducing pain.
J.Brown, an expert in therapeutic yoga practice, helps you practice deeply breath-centered yoga with detail. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced practitioner, this yoga video is sure to help you relieve pain.
Watch this video and learn about yoga practices to relieve pain
J.Brown explains a few yoga poses that can be very effective to relieve pain. They are:
Start by lying down along your back, with your legs out along the floor. Place your arms to the sides, a little away from you, your palms facing up. Have a moment to lie still. Next, hug your knees onto your chest. Put both feet on the floor, hip with distance apart, place your arms to the side with your palms facing down.
Next, inhale with your arms up overhead till the back of your hands touch the floor. Exhale and place both your arms back to the sides. Continue doing this for about 5 counts. Place your attention to your breath and body.
Leave your arms overhead and straighten your right leg on the floor. Flex your right foot, engage the leg and exhale. Next, when you inhale lift your right leg to 90 degrees. While exhaling, slowly lower your leg down. Do the same thing for 4 more breaths with the right leg. You could allow the knee to bend, just make sure the pelvis stays on the floor. Your breath is your movement, concentrate. At the end of the exhalation, switch to the left leg and do the same. Do this for 4 more breaths. Experience every movement and keep breathing. Engage, stay strong and be at ease.
Next, hug your knees to the chest, bring your forehead or chin ahead, rounding the body and then release.
Next, the right arm opens up, right palm facing up, bring your knees to the left. Bring your left knee down first, so the right knee can stay up. Right shoulder can be down. Do this for about 3 to 4 breaths. Hold the breath and feel the pressure press out. Doing the breathing is doing the pose. Do the same thing on the other side. Make sure you’re concentrating on your breathing. Once you have good breath, you can work your body to any yoga pose.
Coming back center, hug the knees into the chest.