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Question: Which yoga is safe during 1st trimester?

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Answer: Hello dear. Yes, you should not carry heavy weight during your pregnancy. Regular exercise is important, even for pregnant women. And the best you can do for your changing body is try doing few prenatal yoga asanas. You can talk to your yoga instructor before performing any yoga. Take care.
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