One of the easiest exercises that we recommend everyone to try is Legs-Up-the-Wall, also known as Viparita Karani in Sanskrit.

The term “viparita” means “inverted,” and “karani” translates to “in action.” This fantastic 10-minute pose is beneficial for relieving back pain and promoting relaxation.

How to do it:

  1. Sit with your right side against the wall.
  2. Swing your legs up against the wall as you turn to lie flat on your back.
  3. Stay in this position for up to 10-20 minutes.

You can incorporate this exercise into your routine by doing it when you wake up or after a long tiring day at work.

Apart from relieving back pain, here are some key benefits:
Relaxes the mind and body, Increases circulation, Relieves lower back tension, Eases headaches and migraines, Relieves leg and feet cramps, Manages varicose veins, Improves digestion, Enhances sleep quality.

Who shouldn’t try Legs-Up-the-Wall:
Avoid this exercise if you have Glaucoma, Congestive heart failure, Kidney failure, Liver failure or cirrhosis, Uncontrolled high blood pressure.

The Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose is a valuable addition to your routine. It can help you feel energized for the day or unwind after a day’s work.

We strongly encourage everyone to make it a part of their New Year’s resolution for 2024 – dedicating 10 minutes to this exercise. It’s not just for back pain; it offers numerous benefits beyond.

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