4 Easy Movements to do with Endometriosis Pain.
When cramps and bloating want to interpret your exercise routine, you make some adjustments to get that movement in. Endometriosis definitely doesn’t care what your plans are for the day. It will find a way to sneak in with some cramps, bloating, lower back pain, and whatever else it wants to throw in. Knowing how important movement is for me, I discovered 4 easy movements to do with endometriosis pain, that help me keep going. Learning to listen to your body is essential, supporting what your body needs. Spending some time stretching and breathing, helps not only physically but mentally too.
4 Easy Movements to do with Endometriosis pain.
Cat/Cow Pose: on your hands and knees. Make sure your hands are directly under your shoulders, and your knees are directly under your hips. Take a deep breath in, and lower your belly toward the ground, while you gently stretch your head and bottom to the ceiling. When you are ready, inhale deeply, then as you breathe out, curl your back toward the sky, with your head and bottom gently stretching towards the ground.
Spinal Twist: seated on the floor, extend your legs out. Bring your right knee up with the soul of your foot on the floor over your other leg. Place your right hand next to you or behind you and sit upright. Beginning at the base of the spine, rotate to the right, bringing your left forearm around to hold your right shin.
Cobra Pose: Lie on your stomach with your legs straight and feet together, and place your hands under your shoulders. Using your hands to push you, lift your head and shoulders. Breathe deeply.
Child Pose: Come on your knees and join the big toes together. Now, sit on the heels of your feet and make yourself comfortable. Then spread the knees shoulder-width apart.
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