Self- Heal Your Back Pain Yoga VIDEO Pt 1

by Norm on November 10, 2011

in Back Pain, Blood Pressure, Hatha Yoga, Healing, Hip Pain, Meditation, Pain Reduction, Relaxation, Spinal Pain, VIDEOS, Yoga

In my classes, on my blog, and by email several people have asked for some help with lower back and hip pain.

I have pulled this clip from my Heal Your Back Now! DVD.

This is Part 1, which means I will be posting more video clips from the DVD.

Don’t think that because this is so simple and easy that you won’t get a lot of benefit from it.

I use this method in Yoga Therapy to teach students how to

  • Relax
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Reduce Swelling and Inflammation
  • Heal Back and Joint Pain
  • Learn the Proper Attitude to Practice the Yoga Postures and Meditation

For success stories with this method, check out this post: Heal Your Back Now! and this Comment.

Feel free to leave comments below and let me know how this is working for you, and what you need.

I will be expanding the Videos and Posts on Back and Hip Healing.

Do you need more help? Move videos? More explanation?

Just let me know. Here is the link to Part 2.

Thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you,

Namasté……..Norman

 

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Vijay Joshi March 10, 2014 at 9:04 pm

Thanks Norm. In most posts/video you encouraged to breathe through disphragm (or do disphragmatic breathing). plesae elaborate on disphragmatic breathing.

Norm March 11, 2014 at 6:11 am

Good question, Vijay.

Often I say, “Slow, deep, complete, diaphragmatic breathing. Breathing from the bottom of the lungs.” Often called the yoga complete breath, this is the most efficient and beneficial way to breathe. This will help you to more easily calm and relax the body and mind.

When you are standing or sitting, gravity keeps a lot of venous blood at the bottom of the lungs, which is also where the largest surface of lungs are. Most people are breathing shallowly, rapidly, and incompletely into the upper part of the lungs only. This means that they are doing a poor job of expelling carbon dioxide, the waste material/toxin of cellular metabolism, and taking in oxygen. This kind of breathing increases agitation in the mind and body.

Please let me know if you have more questions,
Namasté,
Norm

Lee January 24, 2015 at 6:46 am

Please post more videos in my facebook for lower backpain so i can follow you more. Thanks. (facebook acct-andylee611@yahoo.com)

Norm January 26, 2015 at 10:22 am

Hi Lee, I am limited in my ability, but still trying to learn how, to manage my Facebook Page and Google Plus.
I have put Self-Heal Your Back Pain Yoga VIDEO Pts 1, 2, & 3 on my YogaNorman FaceBook Page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/YogaNorman/152762524829590.

If you want more instruction on healing your back pain, both the audio and video versions of the complete back healing class are available at Products on this site.

I hope that this helps and I wish you great success in healing your back,
Namasté,
Norman

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