8 WAYS TO PREVENT YOGA INJURIES-
1. Warm up. Endeavor to arrive before the actual arranged time to class, and set aside opportunity to focus yourself. Start by setting up breath mindfulness. Discover your beat, connecting the breath to basic developments like the Pawanmuktasana arrangement. Begin with delicate stretches—extending too profoundly too early triggers your muscles’ defensive reflexes and sets the phase for strains and pulls.
2. Learn arrangement standards. There’s a reason numerous yoga styles, as Iyengar Yoga, underscore musculoskeletal arrangement. Envision what might happen to a three-story building if the footings were unstable or the casing was out of plumb. Figure out how to ground your asana with solid lines and a strong establishment. On the off chance that your arrangement is not as much as perfect, you hazard damage as well as pass up a major opportunity for a portion of the advantages every asana brings to the table.
3. Come back to the breath. All through class, know about your breath; it shows your psychological and physical state. Is your breath long and musical—or shallow and whimsical? Be open, and see as you breathe in. Make modifications on the exhalations.
4. Practice from the back to front. People are visual creatures, and we regularly take our signs from taking a gander at something outside ourselves—the instructor, a mirror, or the understudy on the tangle beside us. In any case, something may look affirm outwardly and feel wrong inside. Yoga trains us to extend and refine our mindfulness from the grossest layers to the most unobtrusive.
5. Alter. In the event that you know your hamstrings resemble crowbars or on the off chance that you had knee medical procedure a month ago, don’t timid far from utilizing props or honing a variety. Advise your educator before class on the off chance that you have damage or condition that will influence your training. When something feels wrong (in the event that it harms, or if your breath ends up inconsistent), back off, request help, or look for the educator’s recommendation after class.
6. Build up a home practice. Amid a quick moving class, messy arrangement propensities can begin to stick like a score on a record. At home, you can center around investigating and refining your asana. Where do you feel pressure (pulling or extending)? Where do you feel pressure (pushing or “stuckness”)? Is it accurate to say that you are keeping down in a few spots? Are there places where your mindfulness hasn’t come to? Where are your edges?
7. Advance back—actually. For quite a long time, I was a front-push yoga understudy, until the point that I understood I adapted more by moving further far from the activity, making it less demanding to disguise my core interest. Specifically, Type An identities, pitta-dominants, should be careful about contending or overcompensating to achieve an objective.
8. Know your adversary. The funny cartoon Pogo is celebrated for the line, “We have met the foe and he is us.” Similarly, in yoga, the greatest deterrent is the inner self—not really the conscience of pride or self-puffery, however distinguishing proof with the bogus self of identity, musings, wants, and so on. Test yourself: Do you enter an asana from hardheadedness or care?