We all suffer from back pain and spasms, due to a sedentary lifestyle, poor posture, stress and a lack of physical activity. Health experts claim that more than sixty percent of patients suffer from back problems. That is why it is very important to know how to prevent these negative consequences and maintain a healthy spine.

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You may not know that back pain is one of the most common causes why people start doing yoga. This ancient practice strengthens your body, builds strength, improves flexibility and relieves back soreness.

There are thousands of moves that can bring relief, as well as a preventive form to the spine and back.

We would like to show you four yoga poses for lower back pain that can help you prevent many spinal diseases. These yoga poses for lower back pain relief are easy-to-follow and can be performed by people with any fitness level. You are able to perform these exercises in the comfort of their own home. All you need to have is a yoga mat.

This yoga routine consists of effective positions, such as mountain pose, shoulder pose, gas release pose and hare pose. These poses can help you maintain a flexible spine in order to prevent back pain.

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You may perform these exercise as a training routine three times a week, or you may pick one or two poses and incorporate them to your training routine. It’s up to you!

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Are you interested? Scroll down to see the instructions how to perform these exercises correctly to get maximum benefits. It’s time to take care of your health, ladies!

#1. Mountain pose

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#2. Shoulder pose

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#3. Gas release pose

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#4. Hare pose (Child's pose)

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