Low back pain? Check your hammies! Most cases of low back pain can be linked to …


Low back pain? Check your hammies! Most cases of low back pain can be linked to tightness and tension in the hips and hamstrings.

Remember to breathe. Use your breath to assist in your stretch, with every inhale find length and every exhale find depth.

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  1. Thank you so very much, I’ve had shoulder and neck pains for months. two days after your classes I feel better .

  2. Thanks, these have been great. I’m 100% not going in order or doing every day or just doing 1 a day, but I’ll finish eventually. Never realized how tight my shoulders were. Already seeing improvements on my wheel.

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