Back Mudra – Gesture to relieve backpain
Back Mudra – Back pain is one of the most common diseases affecting people, especially in people over 30 years of age. Most people seek temporary relief from back pain by taking over-the-counter painkillers. However, some exercises and yoga poses can help strengthen your back and reduce back pain. You can also try the back pose in yoga for this purpose.
This hand posture acts in a way that helps to stabilize the energy in the body. It is finger movement that aims to relieve pain. The back pose has healing properties. It works effectively due to a person with weak back or prolonged activities such as prolonged sitting and cleaning.
The back pose is more effective if done in combination with meditation.
1)- The back posture is an excellent way to treat back pain. It is said that regular practice of this gesture can provide relief from even the most intense back pain.
2)- Sharp back pain can also be relieved.
3)- Spasms are cured.
4)- Once the back is healed, physical and spiritual blockages are removed from the spine allowing the prana to be transmitted more freely around the body.
5)- The left hand is actively implementing the “give” version of Gyan Mudra (thumb pad against thumb), so one gets the benefit of “gestures of wisdom”.
Follow the steps :
The steps of the back mudra are very simple, and you will need to use both your hands to practice this gesture. For the posture back, you need to do this –
- With your palms facing you, spread your fingers straight out.
- On your right hand, leave your index finger and ring finger extended and touch the tip of your thumb with the tips of your middle and small fingers.
At the same time place the thumb of your left hand on the index finger
- Practice these steps for about 4 to 5 minutes each day.