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Open your hips with yoga to free your spine from pain!

Open your hips with yoga to free your spine from pain!

Open your hips with yoga

Open your hips to free your spine from pain!

Performing the Anjaneyasana position, you simultaneously stretch the hip flexors and the abdominal region, stimulating the diaphragm to work.

Often patients who come to me and complain of lower back pain are surprised when I focus my attention on their hips instead of my back.

Another surprise comes when, as a homework for lumbar spine and hip pain, they get regular yoga position practice, which I demonstrate below …

When you try it, your hips will definitely feel it .

the power of a healthy spine

I am already explaining exactly what I mean with these hips …

Well, sedentary work often causes muscle contracture in the area of ​​your hips. Hip flexors that are in prolonged contraction lose their ability to stretch to maximum, which in turn distorts your body posture.

The ilio-lumbar muscle (Iliopsoas) pulls its lumbar spine with its attachment, resulting in long-lasting discomfort in the lower back.

Open your hips with yoga

lumbar spine and hip pain

When we sit, Iliopsoas is contracted and inactive. He may be so accustomed to this state that he will “forget” how to stretch.

Open your hips with yoga

lumbar spine and hip pain

Working with this muscle helps to get rid of neck and knee pain, lumbar spine and kidney and digestive problems.

Iliopsoas is also responsible for the sense of security. If this muscle is properly supplied with blood and elastic, we feel confident and safe.

Open your hips with yoga

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Anjaneyasana: a simple position that will help you effectively open your hips , which will reduce the pain of the lumbar spine and hips

Performing the Anjaneyasana position, you simultaneously stretch the hip flexors and the abdominal region, stimulating the diaphragm to work.

Open your hips with yoga

Anjaneyasana

How to properly perform Anjaneyasana position:

  • Enter the position from the Dog with the head down, moving the right leg forward and aligning it with the palms. Make sure that your right knee is in line with your right hip, thanks to which you will avoid knee buckling.
  • Move your left leg far back, increasing the stretch, and finally put your left leg knee on the ground. Transfer your weight a little to your right foot and raise your arms up trying not to strain your shoulders and neck.
  • Tilt your head back a little. Stay about 10 breaths and repeat the asana to the other side.
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