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4/30/12 3:38 P

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Welcome! Yoga is great for flexibility. Restorative is definitely the way to go.

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4/27/12 10:53 A

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There are different levels and styles of yoga. I started out in restorative yoga which could be a good place for you to start as well. The poses are more supportive so that you can work your way up.

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4/27/12 5:23 A

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ouch, spinal fusion sounds painful
welcome to flexibility!



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4/26/12 9:47 P

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Hi, I have never really done yoga but I am interested in learning. I had spinal fussion almost a year ago and I have lost a lot of my flexibility. I can get it back if I exercise and stretch. I am hoping yoga will help me with this. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get started? Is there different levels of yoga?

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