To understand how yoga is physically improves the aches and pains in your back, let’s first address the impact of flexibility. Your flexibility is dependent on your joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. When you stretch these areas of your body you increase your range of motion. When your range of motion increases, you become more balanced. On top of this, stretching relaxes tense muscles and increases circulation in your body. One of the main causes of back pain is muscle tension. The flow of yoga poses forces your muscles to loosen up in these areas. In fact, if you’re suffering from purely muscle tension issues, yoga poses may be enough to completely solve your problem ......

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