This common yoga pose gently stretches the muscles of the low back, which are likely contracted if you’re in pain
This dynamic movement moves the low-back muscles in two directions and builds on Child’s Pose to help lengthen contracted muscles and soothe soreness.
This stretch not only helps to stretch your lower back but also your glutes, which can tighten when you're experiencing low back pain, ultimately causing more pain
this pose lengthens contracted low back muscles
This stretch can help you start to bring some movement back to this area gently.
This classic yoga pose helps open up the hips as much as it is good for massaging your low back.
Tight hamstrings and adductors, aka your inner thighs, can contribute to a tight lower back
Happy Baby is great for inducing relaxation, all while opening up your hips to reduce lower back pain
this variation of the plank activates your core, which will help take some pressure out of your low back by strengthening the muscles around it