Sunday, 29 July 2012
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My name is Holland, I acquired a Severe Traumatic Brain Injury February 28, 2011. I am making a fantastic recovery, I go to school and work also work out now. I would like to learn any form of martial arts but am unsure if it would be safe? Any help and recommendations would be appreciated. Thank you,  Holland    

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The art of style does not matter as much as the Teacher or Instructor. I would find a School, Dojang, DoJo, etc close to home meet with the instructor and fill him or her in on your situation, they will have a better idea if they can help you. Be mindful if you do not feel comfortable with the instructor go somewhere else, unfortunately some schools are in this for the money. You are typically safer in a Martial Arts school than most other activities. Unless its a cage fighting class. Yoga seems to be good for everything, my instructor for TaeKwonDo uses several Yoga excersizes in his warm ups. Hope this helps. Have some fun.:)
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Hi Holland, I would recommend starting with Yoga and Tai Chi, both of these things will help you build internal strength, flexibility and balance and will give you excellent grounding for anything else you might consider later.
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