It is an undeniable fact that when we are told, “yoga is good for you,” we can’t help but agree. Yoga relaxes the mind and spirit, encourages physical fitness and thriving habits surpassing limits, and also acts as a practice serving to only benefit and promote genuine wellness within the human body. While yoga is
Guest Blog Post by Fitness Blogger Kelly Joyner Lower back pains can significantly withhold you to minimum normal daily activities and for some, even prevent them from undertaking their normal exercise routines. Nonetheless, even though backrest is important, to prevent further loss of strength and stiffness it is important you do any type of activity.
If you have the ever-popular office job that involves sitting at a desk for eight hours or more a day, it can wreak havoc on your body, creating tight hips and lower back pain. Not to worry! We’ve got you covered! Many stretches for your hips also stretch out your lower back, so these poses
Getting fit and shedding pounds are repeatedly in the top five of New Year’s Resolutions, but if you’re dealing with chronic pain the last thing you want to do is tackle a workout. We all know exercise can help keep you healthy and in shape, but when dealing with a condition that causes pain exercise