Yoga for Upper Back – How To Do Back and Side Stretch for Beginners

Welcome to the second part of the post on desktop yoga for the back specifically this is Neetu Singh and Manish Pole from Total Yoga here we’re going to show you the full range of motions for the back to keep it supple, flexible and free from pain. Gently roll the shoulders backwards, bend back we are countering a forward bending motion at the laptop the whole day by stretching back and immediately drop down, keep your knees soft, slightly bent. For most people the hamstrings are stiff so the lower back begins to pain and come back. The third stretch is the sidewards stretch of the spine.

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Legs are slightly apart and stretch on to one side. See to it that your are doing these kind of stretches regularly through the day to ensure that the spine remains flexed. And on the other side. Breathe in, exhale into posture, breathe normally. Neetu is very flexible so she’s stretching a lot. See to it that you go to a level that you are comfortable with and change.

We saw the stretches forward bending, backward bending and sidewards bending that could be done. This will ensure that the back remains supple, free from injury. Just ensure that you do this every few hours so that your not stuck in the same position. You could also start of, take a walk to the water cooler and as you are walking at the end of that you could stretch. Don’t just get up in an AC environment and do all these stretches, go up to where you are comfortable. To learn more keep watching Yoga House. This is Neetu Singh and Manish Pole from Total Yoga. Thanks a lot.

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