Can I do yoga if I'm not flexible?

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Quoted From: http://wildlightyogacenter.com/who-we-are/faq/

"Nope.
Just kidding.
Absolutely! In fact, yoga is one of the best things you can do to improve your flexibility. Your body is malleable - your connective tissue pulls on muscles and bones, all of which have the capacity to change based on your physical activities. Furthermore, yoga is not simply a practice for the flexible. From a physical standpoint, yoga requires just as much if not more strength as it does flexibility. So whatever body you come in with, you will be adept at certain postures based on your body's natural abilities and other postures will require more practice. And you will build both strength and flexibility each time you practice."

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