4 WEEK COURSE
THURS 13TH JAN 2023 - 8 PM
SAME TIME EVERY WEEK FOR 4 WEEKS
Low back pain can range from a dull, constant ache to a sudden, sharp sensation that can leave you hollering in pain. The pain can begin abruptly as a result of an accident or lifting something heavy, poor repetitive movement patterns (like squatting badly) or it can develop over time due to age-related changes of the spine.
For many people, low back pain persists longer than 3 months (chronic pain). For about 20%, chronic low back pain can persist for more than one year.
Recent studies (2017, National Institutes of Health) in people with mild to moderate chronic low back pain suggest that a carefully ADAPTED set of yoga postures may help reduce pain and improve walking and moving. The key word in this study is ADAPTED. If someone with back pain was to follow a class geared towards the general public, there is every possibility that they can leave the class feeling worse. As has been the case so often in Zahir's experience. The art to doing yoga when you have a "bad back" is to know how and when to adapt the pose to suit your body. This may require slightly rebelling from what the teacher is saying but that is what one must do to preserve the integrity of the spine.
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about your teacher Zahir
Zahir Akram is the owner of Akram Yoga Studio. He has a wealth of experience in teaching yoga and personal training with specific expertise in lower back care.
Zahir was on the OM Yoga Magazine 'Top 10 Yoga Teachers You Need To Know About" List in 2021. Read here.
Zahir is the author of 'Yoga - Madness or Meditation' and is currently studying for a degree at the London School of Osteopathy.
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Akram Hot Yoga 2018, Stretched into position by Dan James