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Background – the facts

The statistics are astonishing, with low back pain affecting around 8 out of 10 of us at some point in our lives. It is estimated that around 4.9 million working days a year are lost due to back pain. However, few effective, evidence-based treatments exist meaning Yoga could be the right path for you!

Suffering from back pain can have a big impact on your everyday routine – making you feel as though you are unable to carry out normal activities such as work, sport, or the simplest enjoyment such as playing with your children. With the right guidance and support, many people can manage and even recover from their back issues without
the need for medical help and Yoga can help you on that journey. NB Please seek your
GPs approval prior to booking on a class or 1 to 1 coaching.

Benefits of Yoga for back pain

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Understanding postural alignments

Through Yoga you will learn to use your body efficiently and comfortably throughout your day by paying attention to your postural habits, which is very relevant to recurrent back pain

Optimise mobility

You will learn to gently bring mobility to stiff parts of your body and keep flexible, encouraging future health in problem areas

Balance of strength and relaxation

Whether you’re suffering from your first episode of back pain or you want to lessen the intensity/recurrence of continuing episodes, Yoga will help you to exercise, strengthen and relax your body and mind

Gradual results

Yoga is not a one-pill treatment nor is it like a course of antibiotics – the effects are most effective when a regular practice is enjoyed. With ongoing commitment to practice you should experience fewer episodes of back pain and over time these could be minimised and in many cases eradicated.

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  • Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow Swami Satyananda Saraswati