Body Yoga: Simple and effective small movements to help you comb your S spine
Yoga leads us to discover the body, and yoga helps us to maintain the body.
S-curve of the spine The spine is a large pillar of our body. In order to prevent external shocks from being transmitted directly to the brain, the spine is S-curved.
If this normal S-curve is maintained and the impact is dispersed, the spine will have no burden, and the spinal nerve functions can be exerted normally, and the body is healthy and beautiful.
If the S-shape is skewed and the OL is shifted for 8 hours or more per day, the muscles have no chance to expand and contract, and the entire spindle body weight is all pressed on the lumbosacral region, resulting in uneven pressure distribution.
In the long run, if the normal S-shape is skewed, the waist will also be skewed. You will feel back pain, flash back . In severe cases, lumbar rigidity may occur, and lumbar disc herniation . S-shaped skewed body and postureWill become unsightly. A few simple and effective yoga therapies, persevere!
Maintain the normal curvature of the S-shaped spine, reject lumbar spine disorders, move muscles, and perfect posture.
Fully enjoy the backless, backless fun!
Recommended posture 1: Snake-style: lying on your back with your jaw on the ground; don’t grab your arm to help, but lift your upper body from the top of your head to allow your body to try to get off the ground; pay attention to your lower limbs to relax.
Self-examination: If you control the posture, if you feel weakness or pain in the back muscles, and occasionally numbness, dizziness, and difficulty breathing during motion control, etc.
Please go to the hospital and authoritative organization for professional inspection and diagnosis.
Recommended posture 2: Spider style: legs open, body leaning forward and sitting; hands crossed under thighs, reverse back, intersect behind back; chin, hips, heels, step on the ground at four o’clock.
Recommended posture 3: Wheeled: Lie on your back with your knees in contact with your thighs with your knees bent; your hands should be aligned with your shoulders and your shoulders should be in contact with your palms against your feet;With strength, lift your body and head up to make your body look like a wheel. Adjust the distance between your hands and feet to try to change it. Breathe naturally and keep your posture for 30 seconds. Slowly lower your body and return to the original movement.
Repeat 4 times.
Recommended posture 4: Peak style: Sit on your knees, correct your hands forward, take the Vajra sitting position, slowly move away from your calf, and press your palm against the ground; inhale, arm, arm at the same time to support the body, face down, lift the heel;Press the arms, shoulders, and back down, straighten them straight, step the heels completely off the ground, and align them forward without arching; relax and replace, the head naturally hangs down, and the body is inverted V-shaped.
Hold the posture for 10 seconds. After breathing evenly, repeat the action 3 times.
Tips for life Stretch and flex your body after working for a certain period of time; get rid of the habit of seeing Erjiro’s legs; add calcium and protein, and often bask in the sun; if you have lumbar diseases, pay attention to keep your waist and abdomen warm;.