• Emily Dawson

Resist Rigidity



Maintaining the health of the back and spine is vital for longevity and everyday health, having a strong core will support your back, you also need a strong foundation from the base of your spine, through each vertebra through to the neck in the base of your skull, to achieve and maintain this, develope into your practice or with your teacher a healthy and balanced movement pattern. See below for my short 1 min Yoga Hack Video there are some movements you can incorporate immediately into a routine at home and if you are in good back health. If not please see your health practitioner for advice.


Adding to your daily exercise routine movements that stretch, rotate, extend, side bend and strengthen through the back, surrounding muscles and connective tissue.


In Yoga there are energy channels called 'Nadi's' and they run along either side of the spine. Working with the nadi's through movement, spine flexing, meditation, and specific breathing techniques can help release and alleviate physical and emotional blocks in the back, spine and overall body for better health and wellbeing.


In this video, I show you a quick look at the kind of movements you can easily do in just a 1 minute or more if you have extra time, the results will be that you will feel energized, develope over time a more flexible and stronger back, release stagnant energy and revitalize your day.




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