Yoga For Knee Pain - Yoga for Post Knee Surgery. Gentle & Safe Modified Poses

Yoga For Knee Pain – Yoga for Post Knee Surgery. Gentle & Safe Modified Poses

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This video is for people suffering from recent knee surgeries/injuries. This is also a GREAT practice for people with broken wrists/suffering from wrist injuries, who are unable to practice a traditional yoga pose. This 20 minute yoga flow takes all pressure off the hands and knees and allows us to meet our bodies exactly where we’re at!

This video represents a deeply personal practice that Lauren engaged in while she was on crutches. She wants to share this practice with the world so that others with similar situations know that yoga is ALWAYS available to any one. With any body. Any Injury. ANY TIME.



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People do not fail to become fit because they are doing a specific exercise the wrong way. Not knowing what to do and a lack of motivation will stop most people from getting in shape. You can find your way to an enjoyable workout routine if you make your workout interesting.

Turn the music on when you exercise. Nothing is more natural than moving to music. It is one of the best motivators. By working out with music, you will feel like you are dancing. This makes your workout more exciting and fun! This will help you to quit thinking about how tired you feel so you can have more fun. Music can really boost your motivation to finish up those last few reps.

Working out is only bearable if you come up with different ways to exercise! Try to include social activities in your workout routine. Have friends join you for a walk or a trip to the gym. By having great friends to converse with during your workout, time will go by faster. Working out with a pal can add elements of fun to an exercise plan, helping you to forget you are working out at all.

Check out one of the many video game workout systems. Video games help take your mind off of the exercising routine. When you focus more on the fun and not the exercise, then you won’t feel as tired. If you can forget that you are exercising, you can finish a much longer workout.

It is important to buy clothes that look good on you. Well-fitting and attractive workout clothes are a great motivator. All types of workout gear is available these days, and they come in various colors. This makes it easy to pick a great outfit. Workout clothing that suits your style is going to be a great motivating factor.

So you don’t get bored, try changing your workout routine. Letting yourself get bored will make it harder to reach your goals. By varying your exercise regime, you are more likely to stay engaged and not as likely to skip your workout.

Try to give yourself some sort of reward for each fitness goal you manage to reach. No matter the size of the goal, you have earned that reward. You worked hard and met your goal! Give yourself some time off to spend with family, or eat some of that food you have been craving. Perhaps some new clothes would be a great way to celebrate your latest weight loss milestone. Having frequent, easily obtainable, goals ensures that you are always within grasp of the next reward.

While you have to do chores everyday, working out should not be one of them. There are plenty of options for adding a bit of fun into your workout routine. The information you’ve read will help make exercising less tedious and more enjoyable for you.

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Dr. Mary Lee Vance
Dr. Mary Lee Vance
specializes in diet and weight management. He is associate professor of health, behavior, and society at the JHKs Bloomberg School of Public Health, with joint appointments in medicine and human nutrition.


  1. hj cullen says:

    Thank you for this… with a cracked left rib and a pulled right knee ligament this has been a long yoga-less summer. Until today. Feels good.

  2. At last, someone who has experienced the problems and can 'think down' to the level needed, not just for injuries, but I think this will work for chronic conditions too (I have severe osteoarthritis in my knees and feet). Can't wait to have a go at this, I shall let you know how I get on ….

  3. Thank you Lauren for the great yoga video for knee pain. It is great to be able to do Yoga again. x

  4. Steph says:

    Thanks my knee was being funky

  5. M. Bos says:

    I liked it very very much. Thank you so muchπŸ’•

  6. mollyqto says:

    Thank you this was enlightening and a great gentle yoga session. I can do a lot more with my knee now apart from sit with my knee bent under my body (kneeling) or cross legged. Are there any more videos to help with this?

  7. Thank you have not been able to find any excercise that fits me after my knee replacement

  8. Patricia says:

    Thank you , I pull a muscle in my knee by working out and I was so happy to find something that I can do.

  9. Thank you so much! This practice is really great. Looking forward to seeing your other flows.

  10. I have to say i have been through a lot of videos and this one seems the healthiest and best I have seen. I have a displaced knee cap and yoga is irritating it a lot and this was really good.

  11. Lauren has helped me do some amazing things in just a matter of days. I've had knee problems/surgeries since childhood that have limited my strength and flexibility. I never thought yoga would be possible with my cranky knees but this video is a fabulous way to start. Lauren, in just five days I have become stronger in my core and legs, and more flexible in all my joints. And I dont feel like a fool losing my balance with some standing poses. Thank you so much.

  12. ian thomas says:

    Stared well and felt it where I needed it in the hip/knee, but too much emphasis on the spine. Doesn't allow for general deconditioning and muscle weakness after long-term recuperation.

  13. I had ACL reconstruction surgery 5 months ago. This is exactly what I need. It's great to have a certified yoga instructor who understands the pain and restrictions associated with knee injuries. Thank you!

  14. This is really helpful and great! Thank you so much.
    Daniela from Palatine Forrest

  15. I only have a mild case of runner's knee but I needed to be gentle with my body since I obviously wasn't to the point of hurting myself. All the modified poses were very enjoyable to try out, Thank you very much for this sequence! Namaste.

  16. Amal J. says:

    Wow wow wow! Thanks for sharing this knowledge.
    I've been dealing with knee pain all this year and as a teacher I was starting to doubt myself and practice and what I'm doing.. I love how compassionate and gentle your approach is, and how accommodating the sequence is. Very creative. Reminds me how the practice should serve the body and not otherwise.
    Thanks again, looking forward to trying this again tomorrow!

  17. LOVE LOVE this!!! thank you!!

  18. This was so soothing, thank you!

  19. Thank you so much for this wonderful video, great reverse poses!! πŸ™πŸ»

  20. I am so very grateful for this video. I had knee surgery 5 weeks ago and have been deeply missing yoga and physical activity. Thank you for giving me a way to practice. I needed this.

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