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Being injured is a bummer, but it doesn’t have to doom your asana practice. Think of it as a chance to learn more about yourself and your habits. First get yourself to a health care practitioner for a proper diagnosis. Then find an instructor who can help you modify your practice. In the meantime, if you’ve got wrist pain or sciatica, this chart can help you figure out which poses are good to do and which you should avoid.