Go back to basics; improve your foundation and understanding of the pose while enjoying the opportunity to strengthen and gain additional flexibility in your foundational asanas.
Do not be afraid to begin using props if you do not already.
Being removing closed twists and revolving variations from your practice as well as advanced inventions and backbends.
Add in an extra long relaxation pose to end your practice with while focusing more on the breath.
Listen to your body. If you do not feel the need to use a prop for balancing asanas do not feel the need to while at the same time be honest with yourself. If you do feel “off-balance” do not feel that incorporating a prop into your practice is a crutch or a limiting factor for the growth of your practice. In fact the more you listen to your body the more in-tune and focused you are with your inner-self.
Do not over exert the abdomen.
If twisting, remember to twist only above the waist.
Modify standing poses with a wider stance.
Plan additional time for rest.
Remove advanced inversions, backbends, and abdominal work.
Incorporate additional time for breath work.
Connect more with yourself and with the “bun-in-the-oven.”