Are there medical conditions that will prevent me practising Yoga

Anyone can practise Yoga, however different schools and institutes cater more specifically to people with certain medical conditions, especially people with conditions that confine them to wheel chairs.  Teachers at Yoga Mandir work with people with a range of conditions including hypertension (blood pressure), arthritis, epilepsy, joint and muscle pain, depression, anxiety, endometriosis, scolosis and back pain. 

If you have a medical condition that seriously affects your wellbeing, it is important that you attend a private assessment (see under the Specialist Program area of the website) before enrolling into a mainstream course. 

People with high blood pressure, people recovering from surgery, and those with epilepsy must ensure that their medical information is up to date when they register for a course.  Each student has their own website log in where they record contact details and medical information.  This information is then made available to  your teacher.