Neck Pain Relief Yoga Course - 10 Minutes x 10 Days

Neck Pain Relief Yoga Course

What you’ll learn

  • 10 vinyasa or “flow” yoga sequences.
  • Enhancing brain function and eradicate Brain Fog
  • Enhance your focus and concentration
  • Relieve compression in the head, neck, and back.
  • Lubricate your spine and shoulder joints
  • Soothe pain and release emotional and physical stress and tension
  • Reduce chronic fatigue. Decrease anxiety
  • Improve your coordination



Course content

4 sections • 11 lectures • 1h 53m total length
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

This course includes:

  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Full lifetime access
  • Certificate of completion

Neck Pain Relief Yoga CourseRequirements

  • No previous experience needed


This Course will help you to relieve compression in the head, neck, and back. This can soothe pain and release both emotional and physical stress and tension. It’s also thought to help restore cranial mobility and ease or release restrictions of the head, neck, and nerves.  These 10 days is a viable solution for boosting movement of fluid, enhancing brain function and eradicating Brain Fog. 10 minutes a day helps to reduce stress on the body in numerous ways, including: Reduces chronic pain. Reduces chronic fatigue. Decreases anxiety.

Pain is a sign that something has happened, that something is wrong. Acute pain happens quickly and goes away when there is no cause, but chronic pain lasts longer than six months and can continue when the injury or illness has been treated. Pain occurs when something hurts, causing an uncomfortable or unpleasant feeling. The presence of pain often means that something is wrong. The best judge of your pain is you.

Acute pain usually comes on suddenly and is caused by something specific. It is sharp in quality. Acute pain usually doesn’t last longer than six months. It goes away when there is no longer an underlying cause for the pain. However chronic pain is pain that is ongoing and usually lasts longer than six months. This type of pain can continue even after the injury or illness that caused it has healed or gone away. Pain signals remain active in the nervous system for weeks, months or years. Some people suffer chronic pain even when there is no past injury or apparent body damage.

If you have chronic pain, the stress affects the body, producing physical conditions like:

  • Tense muscles.

  • Limited ability to move around.

  • A lack of energy.

  • Changes in appetite.

Chronic pain also causes emotional effects, including:

  • Depression.

  • Anger.

  • Anxiety.

  • Fear of re-injury. This fear could limit your ability to return to work or leisure activities.

You may experience such a relaxed state that you feel like sleeping for hours. Or you may feel full of boundless energy. You may feel a decrease in pain or an increase in function immediately after each sequence or better call it session, or the effects may develop gradually over the next few days.

Prepare for each session with open mind and don’t expect anything from your body. Let it do all of the moves with its own pace. Be thankful to what your body can do at the moment. Don’t push for more and more, use intelligent approach to each move, listening with your mind to the body movements. Cherish each little improvement and give gratitude for this. When your body is ready it will improve the range of motion and the mind then seeing this improvement will turn off the pain mode.