How To Stretch: Butt & Hips for Low Back Pain & Sciatica | Austin Yoga Instructor Jen Hilman

How To Stretch: Butt & Hips for Low Back Pain & Sciatica | Austin Yoga Instructor Jen Hilman

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How To Stretch: Butt, Hips for Low Back Pain & Sciatica | Austin Yoga Instructor Jen Hilman

Hen hilman shows how to beginners yoga workout routine for low back pain relief.

Jen Hilman is a teaches Yoga in Austin Texas.

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27 thoughts on “How To Stretch: Butt & Hips for Low Back Pain & Sciatica | Austin Yoga Instructor Jen Hilman”

    1. That’s wonderful news!!  If you liked this video, try these, I have found them super helpful! How To Yoga Stretches for Low Back Pain & Sciatica Relief by Jen Hilman  Also amazing how much Reflexology can help Self Foot Massage Reflexology for Low Back Pain Techniques, How to Massage Feet

    2. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else needs to find out about hip flexor pain exercises try Nevolly Hip Relief Nerd (just google it ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my cousin got excellent results with it.

  1. You’re able to eliminate your back-pain permanently by modify your exercise a little bit – I’ve try and now nearly relief all the pain. I’m sure you should try it

    1. +Cat Marshall my god your so flix how cod i do that i am 70 hurting so much from sciatica and i cant fo what your doing plssssss help

  2. I’ve been experiencing pain in my sciatic area. I followed your yoga routine and felt better after first time. Thanks!!!

  3. I’ve been dealing with sciatic nerve pain for over a year now and this video and your sciatic stretch video have almost eliminated it. I have shared them with friends that have similar issues.
    Thank you so much.

    1. my back got better just just stretching i fucking hate my lower back i just worked it out after it got better and had no more problems since then

  4. Relaxing stretch routine to release tension in lower back, hips and buttocks. Modifications and props are highly recommended for those less flexible.

  5. I’ve been watching your videos for quite some time and they really are a blessing. Not only are they great to attain knowledge but they are also very relaxing to watch. Again, I can’t thank you enough.

  6. loved this video! I sit at a desk all day and these stretches were super helpful in relieving tension in the IT band

  7. you know who you’d look like you’d be related to on youtube! elliot hustle Female version. maybe you guys are. look him up

  8. These are good videos, but someone needs to acknowledge people with true back injuries (herniated discs, etc.). With millions of Americans suffering from herniated discs, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, etc., why not design a yoga lesson specifically for them too? People who have injured their spine or are suffering from a spinal condition cannot just leap into the stretches that your average yoga instructor starts with. In other words, too many classes are taught as though everyone is as limber as a gymnast already. Those of us who have actually suffered an injury know that you have to ease your spine back into alignment through relaxation, gentle stretching, patience, and gradual core muscle strengthening. But most modern yoga instructors (and physical therapists, for that matter) push back-injury patients too quickly into too-strenuous stretches and exercises, only prolonging or worsening their injury. This is why many leave the chiropractor feeling worse than when they walked in. This is why many give up and resort to surgery; they’ve never been taught how to properly, and carefully, rehabilitate their back/spine. The solution: a better correspondence between the yoga, physical therapy (google McKenzie method physical therapy), tai chi, and medical (orthopedic spine and neurological spine physician) communities.

    1. oshmunnies I created my new you tube channel and I will be doing beginner videos for people with severe low back pain as I have bulging discs L5-S1 and I suffer from severe back pain and sciatica daily! So I’ll be doing some stretches that’s easy for us that suffers from truly severe pain. Please subscribe and we can work on this issue together as I’m jus beginning as well

  9. I’m quite glad I came across your Golden Oldies!! They are basic and therefore wonderful & excellent! (Although the “music” drove me nuts!!)

  10. Lower back pain and also stiffness is an everyday struggle for me. In my attempt to find a remedy for my problem, I have used various guides but with no success, no one has been able to help. Right after using this back pain guidebook, “fetching loni” (Google it), my back stiffness was relieved substantially. It brought me tremendous comfort and ease. Good guide, highly recommended..

  11. Hi Jen this my first time watching ur videos and they are good my question to is what are the names of the poses that you are doing . see i am a theater student and our professor is teaching us lot on body awareness and exercise especially stretching so she gave us an assignment to make up an exercise plan to do with our class so if you have the name of your poses that you do in this video I would greatly appreciate it because when I share my exercise plan I want to be able to tell what the poses are and give credit to the person that did them. Thank you in advance. Sorry for the long explanation but thank you 🙂

  12. My hubby endures neck and back pain and is having problem assisting his legs, however when I found this back pain guidebook, “fetching loni” (Google it), all the stated issues are settled appropriately. He says it gives the ease and comfort he wants during sleep, particularly in staying away from back pain.

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