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Spinal traction and flexion are crucial for healing a herniated disc. Think about it, your disc is bulging because it’s squished! So if we take the pressure off, we …

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  1. Hello mem .. I have slip disk last 7 year 6 months .. is this video exercise is helpful for me to complete recover form pain and slip disk L5-S1 ??
    Plz mem suggest .. and plz suggest medicine

  2. Randomly was searching for more stretches and i ran across this and didn’t even think to look to see if it was you i started watching then realized i felt like i recognized the feet and body hahaha 😂 its you! Would love to see more gonna go and watch all your other videos.

  3. Your yoga videos have changed my life! My stress, anxiety, and headaches have finally diminished so much that I’m actually able to feel relaxed most days of the week. You are an inspiration and I am so thankful you take the time to instruct so effectively and with so much knowledge. Thank you and I hope you continue to post more!

  4. Am missing your uplifting videos – hope you put new ones up again soon. – thanks!

  5. I saw Joy's belly button 👉. Is it an innie or an outie? Lol

  6. I don't have fabrics, hanging on swings in my backyard, so I'll just try the snake stretch instead 🙂

  7. And the cat is thinking "My human is so strange and entertaining to watch."

  8. Spinal traction and flexion are crucial for healing a herniated disc. Think about it, your disc is bulging because it’s squished! So if we take the pressure off, we alleviate the pain WHILE ALSO stretching and strengthening the muscles to support the new space we’re creating.

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