Accident Advice Helpline for help with an injury claim in Weymouth and Portland
Are you feeling a little bit stiff lately? Are you getting aches and pains, or a persistent backache?
Perhaps you’re feeling tired all the time or have put weight on recently.
Yoga could be the answer. It is an ancient exercise which is really good for restoring suppleness to joints and slimming down. Its practitioners say that it can give you extra energy and a real zest for life.
It can also give you a lot of satisfaction to see yourself progress in the practice.
When you start you might be a little bit stiff, but you’ll soon find that you get more bendy as time goes on and it can be fun when you find you can get into a new position.
Find the Type of Yoga that’s Best for You!
There are lots of different types of yoga. You can do hot yoga or a beginner’s yoga session. You can also try specialist types like Ashtanga yoga.
Many yoga studios have special offers where you can get a pass for a month for an introductory rate. This means that you can try different teachers at the studio and go at different times, and see which is right for you.
Some people like to go first thing in the morning before work, and others find it best to go at the end of that day.
When you are trying a new exercise like yoga always be very careful. Listen carefully to what the teacher tells you to do. Don’t try and do an exercise you are not ready for. Don’t try and force yourself further into a stretch then you can competently manage.
And of course you need to be careful in the shower so you don’t slip over and make sure that you don’t get elbowed in the changing room. It might be worth waiting to get changed until it is a bit quieter if it is usually very busy in there.
Yoga is normally very good for you but sometimes injuries and accidents can happen. Sometimes this can be the fault of the instructor, and if this has happened to you and you help with an injury claim in Weymouth and Portland, call Accident Advice Helpline.
Choose a Good Instructor
Is could be that they are just not keeping good eye on you and you hear an instruction wrong. But it could also be that they tell you how to do an exercise wrong and you end up injuring yourself.
Even worse are stories of instructors trying to force people to get into poses by sitting on their backs or physically bending them into shapes. This can cause some very bad injuries and you should try and avoid this happening.
If you have been in an accident at a yoga studio or have a serious injury from your yoga you can get help with an injury claim in Weymouth and Portland from our customer support team. Call us from any UK-based land line on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.