Use a 2 week free trial to try the best yoga for neck and shoulders and back. It’s easy and pain free yoga taught by a Senior Yoga Teacher. You can do yoga for neck and shoulder pain, or bad backs, at beginner or non-beginner level. Read on to learn more about yoga for back neck and shoulders.

Here’s what a current Flametree student said about backcare yoga classes at Flametree:

“After 3 months of regularly attending beginner classes at Flametree my back pain disappeared. Even one yoga session gives me more relief than a trip to the chiro or a massage. The use of props let’s everyone give all the poses a go and the teachers make everyone feel very welcome.” (Patricia).

When you’re ready, read more reviews of what customers say about their yoga classes at Flametree.

Or, read a powerful story of how Raj, a Flametree Yoga student, used yoga to recover from almost total incapacity, after an accident wrecked his back.

Yoga works because it helps your fascia

Surveys have been conducted into why people start yoga. One of the major reasons people give about why they start, and keep it up, is because it gives relief from back, neck or shoulder pain.

Yoga can offer relief from pain associated with a stiff upper back, a tight mid back, and a tender or weak lower back. It also works extremely well for the neck and shoulders.

One reason why yoga for back neck and shoulders works so well is that the three areas are so obviously inter-connected. Yoga that works for one area will help the other areas as well.

That’s why Flametree offers a weekly class for back, neck and / or shoulders. It’s suitable for all levels of students.

The fascia throughout your body is a key reason why yoga works so well. The nerve endings in fascia also helps explain why neck, shoulder or back issues can be so painful.

Easy yoga works, when little else does

Yoga is very effective and do-able exercise for the neck, shoulders or back, including lower back stretches, and gentle hamstring stretches.

It is also much more than that.

Yoga for neck and shoulders and back, helps you become aware of yourself. Often we are completely unaware of how our posture can produce stiffness in the ligaments or muscles of the lower back, or weak abdominal muscles.

Both correcting posture and mindfully practising suitable yoga poses can help strengthen the lower back area. It will also get you moving more easily, with either no pain, or much reduced pain.

Many who attend the class are simply stiffer than average, and want to slowly and gently start moving more.

This class is taught by Chris Lalor, Flametree’s Senior Teacher. She brings 25 years of high level learning and teaching experience. Her popular back, neck and shoulder class has a track record or delivering solutions to often intractable problems.

You’ll also get the other and many benefits of yoga.

To try it out, just get a pass, and reserve a class, online or in-the-studio.

Online yoga for neck and shoulders and back also works especially well. So you can try it from your home or hotel room.

Watch the video for more about what’s been outlined, or check out the introductory and very low cost yoga deals at the buttons below.

Beginner & Non-Beginner Yoga Deals

If you’ve already heard enough, give it a try, and go straight to Flametree’s best yoga packages. Another option is the quick Beginner Introduction, below.

Yoga Beginners Introduction.

See the beginner deal, with a 2 week FREE trial:

See the non-beginner and lapsed student deal, for non-beginner yoga:

Improve mental & emotional outlook, plus quality of life

Poor posture also plays a significant part in weakening the mid-back area. Examples include muscular strains, arthritis, or strains in the ligaments, and herniated discs.

Upper backache, and in related areas, can be a product of a sedentary lifestyle. This includes sitting long hours at the computer, stress, and anxiety. It all causes weak muscle tone.

These classes help you understand that how yoga can strengthen bones, improve muscle function, and work with fascia imbalances.

You’ll also learn how yoga can also improve your mental and emotional outlook.

We all know that pain impacts negatively on our quality of life. Living with pain affects your relationship with yourself, with family and friends.

Gently reduce fear 

Those with back, neck or shoulder pain often tend to become very cautious around exercise. So they limit movement for fear of “putting” the back out again, or hurting related areas.

Each week your yoga class will gently take you through a series of yoga postures that are designed to develop suppleness in the spine and related areas.

The classes are slower paced. There are explanations given as to how certain poses work and how to adapt them to suit where you are at.

Everyone coming along to these classes will also benefit from learning more around how posture and habits can be altered. The objective is to bring more freedom to the back, shoulder and neck areas.

This classes are suitable for all levels of yoga students, both beginner and non-beginners.

Like all Flametree classes, the actual level of postures will be adjusted depending on who is actually in the class on the day. If needed, particular students, or groups of students, are given alternative poses.

The teacher, Chris Lalor, also teaches poses that work partly via your fascia. This is often neglected by other teachers or treatments. For example, Chris has written about working with fascia. She brings that learning to your online or in-studio class.

 Weekly class, online & in-studio

Yoga for neck and shoulder pain, or bad backs, is a weekly class for either beginners or non-beginners. It’s at 7 pm, Wednesdays, local time in Darwin NT. It’s at 19B Bishop St., Woolner, NT (near Parap).

The timetable also shows the class time in your local time zone.

This class is part of a set of very easy classes such as Gentle Yoga, and Easy Restorative Yoga. All these classes are also usually suitable for those with back, neck or shoulder issues. If in doubt ask your teacher, Chris Lalor.

All beginner classes, including the above, are at the class reservation app, or the beginner timetable.

To try it out, just get a pass at the links below, and then reserve a class, online or in-the-studio.

Another good option is to see the success story about back, neck & shoulder yoga, told by Raj, a Flametree student.

Beginner & Non-Beginner yoga deals to try it out. 

See the beginner deal, including yoga for neck and shoulders and backs

See non-beginner or lapsed deal, for yoga for neck and shoulder pain, or back backs