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Sacrum stability?

gingerkaya2010-07-04 15:47:09 +0000 #1
I often suffer from a sore lower back especially in the mornings I have been trying asanas such as locust, sunbird, and cobra and just wandered if anyone had any advice on this issue. I find this is very common amongst women and when I ask different teachers I tend to get different opinions so am often confused. have been using gary Kraftsow dvd for the low back sacrum and hips and have been trying to be aware of my posture but still unsure. Resting my back doesnt always help either. The pain tends to go once I start moving around. I welcome any comments
Nichole2010-07-04 16:02:01 +0000 #2
There is so much that is here already on this site regarding the sacrum. If you do a search with the keyword sacrum you will find them all. I recommend those of Mukunda Stiles, my teacher, and the person for whom this site was originally created. Of course, you may add your own specific questions too. If what you are needing is not already here, and you do post an additional question, will you also offer more information about your pain? You have said both low back and sacrum and I am wondering where you are actually feeling the pain...perhaps both in the lumbar spine and also in the sacrum? The face of the sacrum? The SI joint? What brings relief? What seems to caused more discomfort? If you would, please add those types of details.

Are you getting any relief from Kraftsow's recommendations on his DVD? His work is very sound. I was also unclear on what you meant when you said you were still unsure. If you would, please clarify this point too.

Highest regards,
gingerkaya2010-07-04 16:33:18 +0000 #3
thanks I will have a look first still not entirely familiar with using this website I will check it out and then get back to you , thanks again
suryadaya2010-07-04 16:02:04 +0000 #4
I've been experiencing this recently and I'm pretty sure it has something to do with my temporary sleeping situation. A pillow between the knees (if sleeping on the side) or under the knees (if on the back) makes it less noticeable for me.
InnerAthlete2010-07-04 16:51:19 +0000 #5
Fin2010-07-04 18:01:15 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by gingerkaya



I often suffer from a sore lower back especially in the mornings I have been trying asanas such as locust, sunbird, and cobra and just wandered if anyone had any advice on this issue. I find this is very common amongst women and when I ask different teachers I tend to get different opinions so am often confused. have been using gary Kraftsow dvd for the low back sacrum and hips and have been trying to be aware of my posture but still unsure. Resting my back doesnt always help either. The pain tends to go once I start moving around. I welcome any comments

Sore lower back is often caused by uric acid crystals in the Kidney. If you drink Tea or Coffee & have been doing so for a very long time (>10yrs) then it is possible that your Kidneys needs a cleanse.

This may not be an issue with you but I thought i would add this. Lower back pain in the mornings is what i suffered for a while, a Kidney Cleans completely eliminated the pain.

Best Wishes,

Fin

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