Re: Yoga Anyone?
- From: "CatNipped" <CatNipped@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 13:45:04 -0600
<Dr.Smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Isn't that the way exercise usually goes for folks who've been away
from it for long periods? :-)
Yes, but I was allowing for that.
I would think your physical therapist (or the yoga instructor if s/he
is qualified) might be the person(s) to ask this of, BTICBW.
My doctor didn't know I was planning on doing this - this was my own bright
idea (one in a series of very bad ideas over the course of my lifetime,
you'd think I'd have learned by now!).
Were there any areas you stretched doing the yoga that DIDN'T come
back to bite?
Other areas (arms, legs, back) were sort of "pleasantly" sore, if you can
understand that dichotomy. It was only my neck and right shoulder that was
in screaming pain.
Starting with these areas (and starting out even slower/
easier) than before might be a way to test the waters, and eventually
wade in a bit deeper depending on how things go.
(I use a variety of stretching exercises from a number of sources,
including yoga, pt, and some others I did as a teen.)
I'm going to see my PM this afternoon and I'll ask her about it. I mainly
just wanted some first-hand experience from people who have either
benefitted or been hurt by doing yoga along with their other PT.
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