Bid Farewell To Back Ache

Tired of applying back-ache ointment every day? Simply try these easy yoga postures and feel the difference. Always use yoga mat to perform yoga exercises.Raise your Bottom

Lie down and bend both the knees while keep the feet on the floor. Place hands on the sides. Raise the buttock and feel the stretch in the spine.

Elevate the bottom to the maximum level that you may do without much discomfort. Slowly, come back and relax and then relief. Repeat 5 to 10 times.

Cobra Pose

Lie down on your chest. Keep palms open and place the hands under the shoulders. Your chin should touch the ground slightly. Keep the legs together, straight. Exhale and raise your upper body, look straight.

Next, lift the neck further to gaze upwards and beyond depending on the flexibility. Inhale, count till 5 and come down. Repeat 5 to 10 times.

Locust Pose

Lie down on your chest and keep feet next to each other. Place hands on the sides. Raise the lower legs upwards. Keep them straight. Lower the legs and then repeat again. Do not push yourself much to keep the legs straight. Be comfortable.


You may either do half twist or full twist. For half twist sit down and open legs in front of you. Bend right leg and place it next to the other side of the left knee. With left hand hold the lower left leg. Twist right side and place the right hand sideways on the floor.

Repeat the procedure with the other leg.

For full twist fold your right leg and keep the left leg open in front of you. Now fold left leg such that you keep the foot next to the opposite side of the right knee. With right hand hold left foot and twist your body towards left. Keep left hand behind your back.

Repeat the twist with the left leg.

Triangle Pose

Stand straight and raise arms sideways, such that arms are parallel to the shoulder. Spread feet slightly apart. Bend to the right side without twisting your body.

Try to touch the right foot with your right hand. Allow the left arm to rise and remain aloof in the air. Turn your neck to gaze at the left hand. Hold the position briefly. Repeat with the other side.

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