Hi, I'm Beth Shaw with YogaFit. And today, we're going to do some yoga poses to stretch out our back. So, over 80 percent of all Americans have complained about a back discomfort or back pain at some point in their lives. If they were practicing yoga, chances are they'd all feel great! We're going to first start just by looking at an easy forward fold. Now, we want to bend our knees as deeply as possible to take the pressure off the low back. And, just gently grab onto your elbows, or just rest your hands inside the elbow crease, and relax the head and neck. One of the reasons we want to keep the knees bent is to take the pressure off the lower lumbar spine, especially for those with tight hamstrings. And then, exhale, shake out the head and neck, and just let yourself sink a little bit deeper into the pose. So, you'll want to hang out here for a couple of minutes, and gradually start to straighten the legs. If you've got a very tight back or hamstrings, keep those knees really bent. And then, push yourself up. From here, we're going to come down to the floor. We're going to lay down. Bring the right knee into the chest, and move into an easy spinal twist. This pose releases the low back. This is a great thing to do when you get back from walking or running, or if you've been sitting at a desk for long periods of time. Let's switch sides. I'm Beth Shaw, and these are yoga poses to stretch the back. Namaste.