Yoga: For Healing or Harm?

Yoga therapist Judi Bar explains how yoga students can avoid injury on the mat.
1:10 | 01/06/12

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Some common problems and injuries that can happen in -- yoga class would be a semblance of cool waksal. And -- harsh is perhaps her needing gift. We can file and hurt ourselves and hand stands or had stands. The problem is that the teacher doesn't stand iron rules if we don't listen to our body we take on more than we -- -- should be taking. His fifteen things that can help students avoid injuries any -- class again. First checkered -- actor to make sure that the exercise program an exercise program is going. Second. Choose a good teacher and investigating their qualifications. Exhilarating class. There -- to understand what it feels like. To note issue of I me and how you doing. This student himself can stop and -- -- hurting himself by just going to the edge of a stretch. And -- stepping into something that feels really uncomfortable. Without the support. Of the -- that trained -- to help them.

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