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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Interesting guide. I'm always wary of yoga bec of a neck injury, so I tried low impact yoga, where I basically just laid on the ground and the teacher stretched my body. It didn't make me feel fit, but it helped with my alignment.

    • Katherine Oakes

      Yeah! Thai yoga right? Or something similar... we do different types of yoga for different things, ya know? I love to take therapeutics classes in addition to gentle/restorative yoga and my regular aligned vinyasa flow practice. I'd definitely recommend anusara to you!

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        Thanks for the tip! I love Bikram- but I feel like that might be too intense for me now.

        • Katherine Oakes

          I think that it's important to switch things up. Sometimes hot, intense practices are not what an injury needs.Yoga is there to bring you back, to pull you in, to pause and listen. Do that and the right practice will find it's way in:)