Although not a muscle, the spine can be strengthened in certain ways by giving it a healthy reinforcement in support. The majority of people who daily work behind a desk may have an incorrect posture but, yoga can be a good way to straighten up the spine. Yoga expert and fitness enthusiast Urmi Kothari shares some of her yoga exercises, stretches, and poses to build and maintain a strong spine and correct posture.Â
Yoga exercises, stretches, and postures work by warming up the body and strengthening the back muscles in order for the body to naturally hold the spine upright. Yoga also allows energy to fill up the body to get you through the day. For more information on the subject matter, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.Â
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