Yoga; Questions to Ask.
Review the following 'Questions To Ask' about yoga so you're prepared to discuss this important health issue with your health care professional.
Where did you learn to teach yoga? Are you certified?
May I try out a class before signing up?
Do you offer different levels of yoga? What are they?
Are you on my insurance plan?
Do you have a daily yoga practice yourself?
Do you suggest a particular attire?
How often do you offer classes? Do you recommend that I attend a certain number of classes a week?
I'm pregnant. How will that affect my participating in class?
I have arthritis. Do you have experience teaching yoga to women with my condition?
Can you suggest certain books, tapes or DVDs that will augment what I'm learning here?
Do you have references?
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"Yoga FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) A group of commonly asked questions about a subject along with the answers. Vendors often display them on their Web sites for use as troubleshooting guidelines. ." The Yoga Site. http://yogasite.com. 2001. Accessed Oct. 2003..
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