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Yoga Stretch For Lower Back Pain Release Video (10-min)

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Release your low back pain with this simple, guided stretch. This is my “go-to” pose for low back pain relief.

Props needed:
– 1 belt (any pants, belt, scarf, or makeshift strap will do)
– 1 cushion (optional).

This stretch has it’s roots in yin yoga principals, but no yoga experience is required. This is easy and appropriate for all levels.

I’ve noticed more and more as I teach yoga that my low back is constantly tweaked and in pain. I think this is because I get up, sit down to demonstrate something and pop up again so quickly. I’m trying to be more mindful in all my movements and transitions. Until I master that, this low back stretch has been a life saver. I try to do it after every class I teach.

Also, this is super juicy and nice to do before bed 🙂

Let me know what you think of this low back stretch in the comments. Did it relieve your low back pain at all?

Note: If you liked this low back pain stretch you’ll also likely enjoy my Yin Yoga for Low Back Pain video available for free here.

Warning: Do not join me for this stretch if you have an herniated disk in your low back.

 

Brett Larkin
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Brett teaches vinyasa flow yoga at top San Francisco studios, companies like Google and Pinterest, and on her Youtube channel, where thousands of students have studied with her for over 5 million minutes. Get her free yoga playlists, yoga teacher training tips, and free dance, yoga and meditation classes at BrettLarkin.com. Beginner or intermediate yogis can enjoy her online course on deepening your yoga practice. http://bit.ly/1pniEQ7

Brett Larkin
Star Expert

Brett teaches vinyasa flow yoga at top San Francisco studios, companies like Google and Pinterest, and on her Youtube channel, where thousands of students have studied with her for over 5 million minutes. Get her free yoga playlists, yoga teacher training tips, and free dance, yoga and meditation classes at BrettLarkin.com. Beginner or intermediate yogis can enjoy her online course on deepening your yoga practice. http://bit.ly/1pniEQ7

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Leela Parab
Leela Parab 5pts

Thanks very Mach and thanks a lot sharing

Roxie Kersbergen
Roxie Kersbergen 5pts

This is worth a try, as back pain can be so bad that I can barely move. Thanks for sharing.

lisaandmilt89
lisaandmilt89 5pts

Hi Brett, thank you for this! I treat a disorder-Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome-and also have a chronic nerve problem in my lower lumbar region along with a fusion. I have had to limit my physical workout to the extreme during the past 6 years. I worked out-aerobic and weight training-for many years. Yoga has proved very beneficial for me for pain relief. This is a super stretch and does not hurt me at all! 

Thanks again and look forward to subscribing! Namaste...Lisa


Dipankar Ghosh
Dipankar Ghosh 5pts

Try Uprise D3 2000 & Gemcal for 3 days, it'll go. This is usually due to vitamin D3 deficiency.

Renee McQuay Davis
Renee McQuay Davis 5pts

I started doing Yoga with my Wi fit. I have have ansolutely wonderful results. The back pain has all but disappeared. While there is damage, loridosis, herniated discs and calcification, the pain is almost all gone.

Judy Currie
Judy Currie 5pts

Forward folds are contraindicated for back pain.