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Yoga for the disabled is for anyone who wants to practice yoga, but can’t do so because of physical limitations. There are plenty of accessible poses that can be used as an alternative. 

Yoga for People with Disabilities

Even if you don’t have any physical limitations, practicing yoga for the disabled can be a beneficial practice too. It provides a space for you to slow down, reflect, and connect to your physical, mental, and spiritual self. 

Find a Practice that Works for You

As with any practice, finding the right one for you will take some trial and error. Try as many different yoga styles and practices as you can, and then narrow down which ones feel right for you.

You may find that you’re more in a flow state or are more centered when practicing early in the morning, or that doing a practice that incorporates breath work or chanting is more helpful for you in the evening.