Yoga definitely has become prevalent and more available. Whether through youtube, studios or gyms yoga classes are popping up everywhere in Florida. Yoga is an ancient science from India; stretching past a time that is difficult to discern. Patanjali Sutras, a book that refers to yoga and its benefits for science, philosophy, health and poses (asanas) was written in ancient times. It has been reread and reinterpreted and followed by generations of yogis.
Yoga is a very beneficial way to incorporate wellness after gastric sleeve surgery. Dr. Shillingford's team of professionals in Florida encourage many patients to initiate or grow and be consistent with yoga post gastric sleeve. Prior to gastric sleeve surgery yoga can also be initiated to help relax joints and relax the mind.
One has to be cautious when doing stretching. Try to take your time, not rush and remember your breath - inhale, exhale. Restorative and yin yoga as well as beginner classes may be a place for gastric sleeve patients to explore. Hydration is key, recently there has been a boom in hot yoga. One has to be cautious to monitor their heart rate in hot yoga and go at their pace. Hot yoga is not for everyone and science as well as cardiology is still learning how to explore these traditions. The good news is as yoga grows our inquistiveness as gastric sleeve practices grows - we want to encourage sleeve gastrectomy patients to utilize all forms of wellness but be cautious of injury.
That may be the beauty of the interweave between yoga and gastric sleeve. In yoga we are encouraged not to jude, not to compare, not to look around the room but rather Enjoy our Breath and Vitality and Success. To learn more about gastric sleeve surgery and yoga in florida please visit our article below: