Posts Tagged "back pain relief"

Back Care Basics New Student Orientation

Posted by on Oct 3, 2018 in | 0 comments

If you are a new student to the Back Care Basics class, you must attend a new student orientation at 4:30 pm prior to the beginning of a new series. If you are unable to get to The Embodiment Center for this orientation, you must call Lillah at (828)273-9401 to make arrangements prior to starting class.

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Back Care Basics New Student Orientation

Posted by on Aug 8, 2018 in | 0 comments

If you are a new student to the Back Care Basics class, you must attend a new student orientation at 4:30 pm prior to the beginning of a new series. If you are unable to get to The Embodiment Center for this orientation, you must call Lillah at (828)273-9401 to make arrangements prior to starting class.

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Back Care Basics New Student Orientation

Posted by on Mar 7, 2018 in | 0 comments

If you are a new student to the Back Care Basics class, you must attend a new student orientation at 4:30 pm prior to the beginning of a new series. If you are unable to get to The Embodiment Center for this orientation, you must call Lillah at (828)273-9401 to make arrangements prior to starting class.

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Back Care Basics Class

Posted by on Feb 28, 2018 in | 0 comments

A progressive class guiding students into safe and effective stretching and strengthening poses to reduce and heal back pain. Please note where the calendar indicates a new series is starting for new students. Please commit to an six class series to receive the best results.

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Back Pain Relief with Traction Dog Pose

Posted by on Feb 22, 2018 in Back Pain Relief | 0 comments

Back Pain Relief with Traction Dog Pose

Ever find your back aching after long bouts of sitting? Try this simple home spinal traction with a door and downward facing dog pose to find the relief you seek. How to Set Up Traction Dog Pose Lillah Schwartz shares her experience for one simple way to reduce back pain: Traction Dog Pose is one of my favorite “go to” poses when I find my low back is in trouble. Consider that we need to stand on our legs and walk for our spine to gain its rhythm and find balance. When we sit for long periods our spines shrink, discs compress un-evenly, the low back muscles weaken, the small...

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