Got SI Joint Pain? Try Monster Walks for Relief

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Achy lower back? You aren't alone. For many yoga practitioners the sacroiliac joint is a common pain point, and in response you may begin eliminating triggering postures, like Triangle Pose, from your sequences. But avoiding certain shapes may not help you resolve the root of the issue. Here, yoga and movement educator Laurel Beversdorf shares her own experience, why the SI joint is stronger than you think, and how you may monster walk your way to relief. 

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