Do you have neck pain?

by Melissa West on November 11, 2015

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Neck pain help


Neck-Pain-HelpIt could be that sitting for prolonged periods of time is causing your neck pain.
It is estimated that American adults spend 10 hours a day sitting. That is a lot of time sitting.

When you sit at a computer or hold your cellular phone or tablet, your neck and head come forward. This strains your cervical vertebrae and leads to permanent imbalances that cause neck strain, sore shoulders and back problems.

Practicing yoga poses like cat pose will restore the natural alignment of your spine by moving your spine through flexion, extension, rotation and lateral movement bolstering your body’s support system. By moving your spine through its natural range of motion you will start to move your cervical spine again, rather than having it held in a fixed position in front of your body staring at a screen.

Would you like more support in varying your movement patterns? In our membership community I offer my best, value-added, innovative and leading edge research with series of classes like Back, Neck and Nervous System RX.

Neck, Back and Nervous System RX

The series begins with a class that will help to overcome the time you spend in sitting, working at computers and interacting with hand-held devices that create immobility in your spine and move your spine out of its natural alignment. The first class benefits your nervous system, draws fluid into your intervertebral discs and benefits all parts of your back and neck and helps to build bone density. The second class in the series will offer modifications and variations for those with wrist, knee and neck issues as well as options for cat pose in a chair. The third class use the soft foam roller, the slo mo ball and the squash ball to help to keep your fascia hydrated, they help to maintain the mobility, integrity and resilience of your fascia by hydrating your fascia. The fourth class in the series will demonstrate how your nervous system can adapt much for easily when it feels safe. With the use of restorative yoga we can safely increase your range of motion in cat pose.The fifth yoga class uses acupressure and traditional chinese medicine to build your energy reserves and restore harmony and fluidity to your spine and entire being. The sixth yoga class provides options for each of the Ayurvedic doshas bringing balance to kapha, vata and pitta doshas. Finally a savasana for cat pose will allow you to move through your physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual bodies, your chakras, Goddess archetypes, moon phase and ends with a reading from the Radiance Sutras.

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