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Lastly, every person’s body is different. Yoga postures are not a one-size-fits-all situation. Due to injury, medical conditions, or other limitations, certain yoga postures may not be a good fit for you. Or, you may require modifications to certain yoga poses. Please, first and foremost, listen to your body when doing any yoga poses featured on this site. If it causes significant discomfort, don’t do it. I encourage you to work in-person with a yoga instructor who can help you determine which poses may or may not be right for your body and offer modifications where needed before trying to practice yoga at home. It’s also a good idea to discuss starting a yoga practice with your healthcare provider if you have injuries or medical conditions that limit your range of motion, mobility, or otherwise limit your physical activity.