Yoga For Acid Reflux – Embrace It! – Yoga With Adriene

This gentle yoga sequence will offer anyone an opportunity to connect with their breath, relieve tension in the neck, wake up the body and find balance from within. This is a great practice for those suffering from acid reflux as it does not have any inversions or ab stimulators. It is also great for those who are in healing, wanting to relieve PMS, or just tired from a long day. A quick and valuable sequence suitable for all!

In my experience with GERD or acid reflux in particular – I find that focusing on my breath has been most helpful. Also, do not let the stomach go over the esophagus during this time and go easy on any core stimulators. For more free yoga tips and lifestyle ramblings visit www.yogawithadriene.com

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