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Yoga Life, Yoga for neck and beck pain

We spend hours in front of our computers and phones, and the repetitive movement patterns can cause neck and shoulder strain. Neck pain is extremely common and may be caused by several factors.These include daily activities that involve repetitive forward movement patterns, poor posture, or the habit of holding your head in one position.  
Lifestyle and professions revolving around technology require us to sit crouching before a television, laptop or desktop for long duration, causing strain in our neck muscles causing Cervical , as neck pain is better known in medical terms. 


the best medicine when you wake up with a stiff neck, or you have chronic tight neck muscles?
that is yoga
With yoga you can move your neck in its six primary directions to lengthen and stretch the muscles. It can prevent chronic neck pain and treat sudden onset pain from sleeping poorly. 

some other yoga asana

Marjariasana (Cat Stretch)  


shashank asan( rabbit pose )


Savasana (Corpse Pose)


best sequence pose for neck and back relief 

Sit in vazarasan and slowly go to shashank asan( rabbit pose ) then slowly go to bhujang asan (cobra pose) and then come back to rabbit and then to vazarasan repeat 5-7 times  



hope it helps you and you get right class for Yoga for neck pain in X town for right posture and max benefit do this under guidance of teacher
Set of Yoga Posture is designed by Yoga Life AC


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