We are committed to teaching yoga for every body. If you are healing an injury, have a special condition, or just feeling like you are inspired to slow down your practice a bit and allow it to be more naturally progressive, we have several classes that will work well for you.
It takes three to six weeks for the body to become neuromuscularly coordinated to a new form of movement or exercise. So, that means the first few classes, the first few weeks, you may feel clumsy, awkward, sore, shaky, light-headed, etc. If any of these symptoms are severe talk to your therapist or doctor and let your instructors at Flow know that you have been experiencing these things. After that time, with regular attendance, the practice will start to feel natural and will just flow for you.
We recommend starting out your membership with a six week introductory membership. You owe it to yourself to practice enough classes over 6 weeks to make a real sound decision about which classes and instructors are the best fit for your body right now in your practice. To create a new habit it takes 3 months of being committed to doing something.