Last week in my blog a wrote about being sidetracked with a low back injury and how I had to relax with restorative poses. This week, I was reading my homework assignment, chapter 5 and there was a great article by Judith Lasater called Out of Joint. This article was about the Sacroiliac Joint and how it can cause lower back pain.
Originally posted on Vedika Global Blog:
By Vedika Global Ayurveda Clinical Specialist Shaaranya Geetanjali Chakraborty Mahatma Gandhi believed that for an education to be worthwhile, knowledge must unite with practice. A cause for great celebration, not just for our graduating group of Ayurveda doctors, but for all students of Vedika Global, is that we have embodied this ideal through our curriculum. We are grateful to our teachers for their heroism in adopting such…
When you’re sidelined with an injury, waiting for that injury to heal can take a tremendous amount of patience. For an active yogini, not being able to practice asana is a real challenge, especially when you know how a yoga practice calms you! I find that my practice of asana brings me peace and tranquility. It’s quite a spiritual thing and I’ve recently been side tracked with a low back issue so my… Read More