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Yoga

 Breath, Stretch ,Prepare,  (then) Pose! 

Triangle
Proud Warrior
Chair
Tree
Forward Bend
Mudra
Mountain
Half Moon
Thunderbolt
Plank
kneeling Lunge
Downward Dog
Cobra
Child
Hare
Half Locust
Boat
Bow
Spider
Through-the-hole
Bridge
Half Shoulder
Full Shoulder
Fish
Bound Angle
Sitting Forward Bend
Bent Knee Sitting Forward
Inclined Plane
Spinal Twist
Reclining Spinal Twist
Hero
Corpse
Plough plow Yoga

    ~~ degenerative Disc Disease Yoga ~~

   https://www.spine-health.com/wellness/yoga-pilates-tai-chi/yoga-back-problems  

  https://www.yogauonline.com/yogau-wellness-blog/yoga-may-prevent-degenerative-disc-disease 

    Yoga May Prevent Degenerative Disc Disease

 
  Is There Anyone Who Shouldn't do Yoga?

Yoga can be safe for everyone, but depending on the medical condition, certain poses may need to be modified or avoided. A couple of examples of patients who may need to avoid certain yoga poses include:

   1) Patients who have been diagnosed with advanced spinal stenosis should avoid extreme extension of the spine such as back bends in yoga.

  2) Patients with advanced cervical spine disease should avoid doing headstands and shoulder stands in yoga.

  3) Chinese people have been doing Yoga for centuries. Most of the precautions surrounding the yoga poses can be determined by understanding the specific medical condition, using common sense, and finding a good yoga teacher to assist.

Look in Dayton, OhiO - USA - for a very good YOGA teacher. Susan suggests "Crystal" - at the Kleptz YMCA.  ( Article continues below)

  http://www.yogabasics.com/learn/history-of-yoga

    degenerative Disc Disease Yoga 

   https://www.spine-health.com/wellness/yoga-pilates-tai-chi/yoga-back-problems  

  https://www.yogauonline.com/yogau-wellness-blog/yoga-may-prevent-degenerative-disc-disease 

    Yoga May Prevent Degenerative Disc Disease

 
   Is There Anyone Who Shouldn't do Yoga?

Yoga can be safe for everyone, but depending on the medical condition, certain poses may need to be modified or avoided. A couple of examples of patients who may need to avoid certain yoga poses include:

1) Patients who have been diagnosed with advanced spinal stenosis should avoid extreme extension of the spine such as back bends in yoga.
2) Patients with advanced cervical spine disease should avoid doing headstands and shoulder stands in yoga.
3) Chinese people have been doing Yoga for centuries. Most of the precautions surrounding the yoga poses can be determined by understanding the specific medical condition, using common sense, and finding a good yoga teacher to assist. Look in Dayton, OhiO - USA - for a very good YOGA teacher. Susan suggests "Crystal" - at the Kleptz YMCA. 

Article continues below

  http://www.yogabasics.com/learn/history-of-yoga

  <  YOGA plow-Plough pose < "approved" 4 Susan ONLY! See Susan's Doctor page.

    >>>> Please,  request YOUR Medical Doctor to "approve" for YOU personally.

  See Athletico - Dayton, OH - for information on proper and improper YOGA poses for you.  
People with extra vertebrae.

 

  http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/plow-pose  ::   

  <  What if your mother could do this?  And, she looked like this? >   

Research ( thus far ) - it depends.  

< Susan, photo B4 stroke.   YES! Susan can still do this today (So Far)  Visit the KLEPTZ YMCA - 2C >

   And, YES! DAYTON, OHIO, USA - is gonna B - the "YOGA capital" of the World! FOR SENIORS ::   Ask for " Ms. Crystal" at the "Kleptz" Dayton, OhiO - YMCA.




 

 



 

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