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Kittycat1981 Kittycat1981 1 year
I love your workouts, a printer-friendly version would be even better - pretty please?!
kelsiehoagland kelsiehoagland 3 years
You modify the moves; twist to your comfort. I have the same deal, but it's my entire spine and I still do yoga. My biggest issue with yoga now is balancing because I've had a few corrective surgeries to fix my club foot and one of my feet wasn't able to be entirely straightened, so balancing is difficult. I hold the wall/a chair to help. Just modify, modify, modify. Also, if your surgery was less than a year ago, stick to walking. Otherwise, you're pretty safe to do most moves. Always talk to a doctor first, though.
Deanna3154447 Deanna3154447 3 years
how can someone who has rods in lower back and cages/screws in cervical spine do yoga? I cannot bend like someone who has no implants?
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