While some of us experience Autumn Blues, many cultures express gratitude to find a sense of wellness.
Read on for a yoga perspective!
The lifetime prevalence of low back pain is reported to be as high as 84%.
In cases of non-specific low back pain, GPs and physiotherapists generally recommend a programme of gentle stretching and strengthening exercises to ease the pain.
For this reason, it is understandable that many people suffering from back pain turn to yoga for assistance.
Personally, I would recommend yin yoga as a gentle way to create space in the body.
Read on to find out more.