Knee pain can be a significant barrier to enjoying yoga. After a total knee replacement, it’s natural to wonder what physical activities will be comfortable and accessible. Can you do yoga after a knee replacement? Absolutely. However, you may need to adapt some poses to make them more comfortable for your new knee, especially within […]
Pose safety with injuries
Are you working around a current injury during yoga? Learn injury prevention tips and yoga pose safety with specific conditions to continue to enjoy your practice and not make your pain worse.
Wrist pain can be a barrier to enjoying your yoga practice. Whether it’s joint pain, tendonitis, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other repetitive stress injuries there are plenty of ways to keep doing yoga with some accessible tweaks. This article is jam-packed with easy ways to stay on your mat and avoid aggravating your wrists.
Yoga for sciatica pain relief is one of the most widely searched practices, and for good reason. Everyone wants to know easy ways to heal their sciatic pain. Even in yoga teachers’ Facebook groups, the “best poses for sciatica” is practically a daily question. Unfortunately, the responses are usually pigeon pose, followed by more hip
If you have chronic knee pain or sensitive knees, you may be concerned about your ability to participate in a consistent yoga practice (or any fitness routine for that matter). You might even be wondering if practicing yoga will leave you feeling worse?! Fear not. One of the great things about yoga is the ability
Yoga for hamstrings is a popular theme. Tight hamstrings are a common complaint, especially among those who sit for work. But did you know that the hamstrings are also especially vulnerable to injury in yoga and fitness? (And you don’t have to be a star athlete to get one.) So how do you protect your