Back, shoulder, and neck pain are some of the most common complaints by working professionals today. The constant slouching over laptops and phones leads to an incorrect posture which can result in pain, stiffness, and even weakness of the back muscles. One of the best - and natural - ways to improve your posture and alleviate back pain is the practice of yoga, especially backbends. These asanas will open up your upper back, lower back, shoulders, chest, and neck. Additionally, practicing them daily will build strength in your back, increase your flexibility, and allow for a greater range of movement.
Certified Yoga Instructor
Gunjan Kamra is a certified Yoga instructor, stress management, and diabetic management trainer from S-VYASA Yoga University, Bangalore. She specializes in strength and flexibility training with Yoga, therapeutic healing, and cyclic meditation. She practises a number of yoga styles, ranging from chair yoga to bhakti yoga and karma yoga. She has consulted both corporates and individuals on exercise, diet, and lifestyle.View Details