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from THE JAKARTA POST -- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010 This is the third part of the series on yoga for back pain and the second half of the sequence I started in the last column.
This part focuses on yoga poses done while lying prone (on the belly) and supine (on the back).
These exercises are not to be done individually and separately, so try to do these poses as a sequence, incorporating those poses showed in the last column.
Again, remember to stay in tune with your breath. The breath is always free and deep, through the nostrils. Breathe in to lengthen the spine, creating space in our vertebrae, and breathe out to move or continue deeper into the posture. Try to do the …