In Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, the number one transitional posture is downward facing dog. Among other poses such as table top pose, or high plank pose, a lot of time is spent with the hands on the yoga mat.Read More
In order to quell wrist pain as well as prevent wrist injury in your yoga practice, activate Hasta Bandah. In Sanskrit, Hasta Bandah literally translates to "hand lock". Wrist pain can occur when practicing yoga postures where the hands are in contact with the floor and bearing weight. This is very common in Hatha yoga and Vinyasa yoga where downward-facing dog is a very repetitive transitional pose.Read More
If your wrists are fatigued or ease on down to your forearms, and prop yourself up with them instead of using your hands. Practice plank pose with your hands in fists from time to time. These simple modifications take a load off those precious wrist joints.Read More
– Knee issues:
Avoid “locking” the knee joint, try to engage the muscles around the knee, and always keep each of your knees pointing in the same direction as the second and third toes of each foot.