@luvsibes - I had anterolateral approach no movement restrictions. Now that being said I don’t see it as a green light to assume all movements are ok. I am avoiding any extremes right now- in flexion, extension and twisting . All practiced with in very safe ranges of motion always paying attention and being mindful. My dr said I can get back to my regular practice st the 6 week mark but again I do not expect to just jump in. I am heavy on arm balances and inversion such as forearm balance and handstand. I’ll be heading back to the wall for these when ready. Same with arm balances. Start with the basics like crow and make my way mindfully from there. As s teacher I only think this whole experience serves to make me a better teacher to my students . On another note today I explored with some additional posture - tree with both feet grounded- one foot was in kickstand with slight external rotation of hip; I got on the bed- GREAT PROP- for all 4s cat and cow- felt awesome and a very modified spinal extension- kept leg grounded instead of lifting(not cleared for that yet) - lifted opp arm- hellooo core! Then modified push-up on knees- felt ok so tried like 4- from there a slow lower to the belly.to gentle low cobra, modified locust and Sphinx pose . Felt really awesome in back body.