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Yoga for Back care kit with Rodney Yee
PostedMarch 1, 2012
I was really excited to get the kit as I suffer from chronic neck and back pain. I had my yoga balls, that came with the kit, right beside me just waiting for the moment that the video would say to use them but it never did. I was disappointed as I didn't have the props the video used, but instead these balls that I still don't know what to do with or how much to inflate them as they seem flat. I did like the video as it helped with my back pain, but it was somewhat slow.
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I've had 6 spinal fusions and have further back damage but no longer candidate for surgeries. Is this low impact enough for my type back problem?

I have been told to seek any type of relief other than another surgery, Yoga being one of them. Is this a good Yoga exercise for a problem back?
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I am a nurse who has suffered from chronic neck and back pain, but I have not had suregery. This was the lowest impact yoga video that I have ever expreienced. It was noice a nd soothing and I got good pain relief. I would reccomend that you get some of the reccommended props first though. You will need bolcks, a bolster, and a folding chair. I didn't have these the first time around. Also you might want to just double check with you MD that first just to be safe. Good luck and I hope you get relief.
2 years, 9 months ago
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Oregon
 

How do you inflate the balls?

Do the balls come with a pump? How do you inflate them back up when they deflate?
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That was a question I had as well. No the kit doesn't come with a pump. I plan to try to use the pump that came with my exercise ball.
2 years, 9 months ago
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Airy
Oregon
 

How do I use the sleeve?

I just received this in the mail and am perplexed as to how to properly use the sleeve for the two smaller balls. It seems quite different from the one Rodney uses in the video, and there aren't any instructions in the video that pertain to correct usage of the sleeve. Thanks for your help! :)
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Are you referring to the sleeve to place the balls in? They slide right in, but this is just what I thought the sleeve was used for. I did not find any directions included on how to use the props thta came with the kit.
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