Here are 10 yoga classes that will help you heal, support, and improve your knee stability if you have suffered a knee injury.
How to avoid pain in your knees Jose looks at the anatomy and shows you how to prevent injuring your knees during yoga. The shape of your bones (femur and tibia) will also affect the range of movement in your hips and knee joints.
Yoga poses can help keep your knees healthy.
Protect your Knees This short class examines 3 common pain points in the knees and their possible causes. It also outlines your modification options, including props and alignment actions.
Stabilize and strengthen
Some knee love Anat developed these strengthening and stabilizing exercises after an accident that caused some damage to her structures. Although every knee is different, I hope this helps you to find the right exercises to help you on your journey to strength and stability.
Care for your knees Strengthening the legs, ankles, and feet can help support the knee joints. These gentle movements can mobilize the knee joints without putting too much strain.
Content: This class is about how to move the knee joint using your leg muscles. It aims to prevent hyperextension at your knee. This class will teach you how to create meaningful actions in your legs and use them in different poses.
Yin / Yang knee protection
No pain in the knees: This is a Yang flow practice that uses poses that strengthen the muscles protecting the knees, and then Yin poses to keep the knees mobile.
Post-run Yoga: This is a great way to finish your run or just for a few minutes. It focuses on lengthening and releasing the large muscles used for running. However, it also targets the smaller muscles.
TLC for the knee
Get rid of your knees. If your knees have been suffering from overuse, whether in your yoga practice or standing, sitting or walking, your knees may need extra attention. This simple and quick practice will help you do just that.
Yamuna Lower legs and calves This is a short but effective class that uses the black ball to work the lower leg down from the back of your knee. This sequence works not only the calf muscles but also the middle hamstring. This is a deep, intense exercise that’s great for your knees.
Stay safe in yoga Jennilee’s brief presentation on the anatomy and function of the knee (shown on the skeleton) prompted her to continue with an information-based movement exploration on how to align your knees safely for certain strengthening or stretching poses.