Lin-lin Posted March 19, 2011 Share Posted March 19, 2011 I seem to remember some discussion a few months ago regarding how yoga is not recommended for SAH survivors. I am presently reviewing my fitness ‘routine.’ I joined a gym a few months ago for no other reason other than I have always been a member of one and I wanted to get back to the person I was. However, my return to the gym is not as successful as I hoped. I find the crowds overwhelming and if someone starts chatting to me, it leaves me too mentally exhausted to train properly. I am easily irritated by the noise and music and the experience of attending is becoming unpleasant. This is supposed to be a hobby and I see no benefit in sticking with an arrangement just because I used to like it before my SAH. The fact is I do not like it now. In order to adapt, I have purchased a series of fitness DVDs and I am really enjoying them. I can exercise at my own pace, how I want and when I want. Not having to travel to and from a gym is a godsend too. One of my DVDs is a yoga one. I seem to remember a discussion a few months back that yoga is not recommended for us. (Was it Ern and Louise whom I had this discussion with?) Can anyone shine some light on this? I don’t want to end up in casualty locked in my ‘downward facing dog’ position! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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