Before practicing in online / face-face yoga class – please read this
It’s up to the individual to assess whether they’re ready for the class that they’ve chosen. The practice of yoga requires you – the practitioner – to gauge the safety of your practice within your personal physical limitations. Keeping in mind that yoga might be challenging at times, but it should never be painful. It’s important to always listen to your body and only work within your personal limitations.
Make sure you exercise in a large well-lit area that is free from obstacles and that you wear comfortable clothing that doesn’t inhibit movement. Stop exercising and consult your physician if you feel dizzy, faint, light-headed or if you experience any discomfort. Only you can monitor your condition during your workout. You are responsible for exercising within your limits and seeking attention and advice as appropriate. Never force or strain.
If you suffer from specific injuries or disease it is best to consult with your doctor first.
These classes aren’t suitable for pregnant ladies – if you are pregnant and would like to try yoga I recommend contacting a specialised pregnancy yoga teacher or studio.
Yoga with Abitha assumes no responsibility for injuries suffered while practicing these techniques and classes. Participation in any yoga class is at the participants own risk.
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