Entries tagged with “Pain Management”
Poor posture, shallow breathing, and shutdown emotions wreak havoc on your back. Try these daily shifts to release the physical and emotional roots of upper back pain.
“By staying with our woundedness, we encourage the other to stay with theirs; that is when and how healing happens.”
Cope with a chronic illness diagnosis through small, mindful changes to your everyday routine. “Chronic illness is just one iota, one tiny ingredient that can be added to the cosmic mixture of what makes up a human.”
In our search to live and move through our lives without an excessive amount of pain, we must keep moving.
This is a great video demonstration for how to relieve pain and tension in your back, neck, shoulders and hips with the help of a tennis ball.
Your body is sending you a message—in the unfortunate language of pain.
Sciatica can be debilitating. Preventing sciatica requires some life changes, but it’s worth it.
Rating your pain can help you brush off the little stuff and focus on what truly matters. “While this rating system doesn’t take the pain or hurt away, it helps me put it in perspective.”
Your back pain is trying to tell you something. Chronic back pain might be caused by stuck emotions.
It happens: After a long day of sitting, your neck and shoulders feel awful. Yoga for tight shoulders can provide relief.
When it comes to the spiritual meaning of left shoulder pain, your heart is at the heart of the matter.
Bearing the weight of your world on one shoulder? Consider the spiritual meaning of right shoulder pain and how to address it.
An Interview with Mirabai Bush
Sore, achy feet affect your mood, not to mention cause pain to radiate to other areas of the body. Find relief for your feet by practicing yoga for sore feet.