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Is your back killing you? Pain is not an impediment for doing yoga, on the contrary some postures give great relief.

Many people with contracted backs resort to yoga to relieve pain caused by tension in the muscles of the spine that in severe cases can cause herniated discs, low back pain, scoliosis among other conditions that eventually require invasive and surgical treatments. What do I do if yoga is not enough to relieve a deep contracture or a condition such as sciatica, lumbalgia, scoliosis or herniated disc?

Yoga professionals have proven a method in themselves and in their students known as Cordus and Sacrus, which is even more effective and safe to access the deeper muscles of the spine that fail to relax on their own with rest or with the yogic postures.

This is thanks to its anatomical design adapted to the cervical, dorsal and lumbar area that allows it to stimulate those small muscles of difficult access even for masseurs and chiropractors.

This method is reliable for its operation based on the same principle of self-gravitation as yoga, using the weight of the body to stimulate the deep muscles located on the side of the cervical muscles that when make contact with the device start to relax, releasing tension to recover their healthy and natural shape.

This pressure reduction decompresses the cartilage disc that cushions the movement between the bones, beginning the recovery of these intervertebral pads through the arrival of nutrients. In this way, the spine recovers its correct alignment and its function as an energetic conduit begins to flow naturally, which affects the well-being of the whole body. Likewise, the master yogis recommend that the student continue with Cordus and Sacrus autotherapy from the comfort of their home or office, in an armchair or rug for a quicker recovery or as preparation of the body for the practice of yoga in beginners and advanced ones.