Lauren Bingle (Yoga TX) Yoga Exercises After Knee Surgery
Below we have educational yoga videos designed to help patients who are facing challenges with their knee rehabilitation. These are likely the best yoga exercises after knee surgery our are likely to find.
If you want to get back into yoga (or maybe even begin yoga for the first time) after knee surgery, you are at the right place. Lauren Bingle has created two lovely yoga sets, each with you in mind. She presents her first set specifically for people with knee issues. The exercises are entirely on the floor and can be modified to suit your individual strength, balance and knee range of motion. The second set of yoga poses is for those who are not ready to bear all their weight on their knees. These chair exercises are a great way to practice yoga without stressing out a tender new knee joint.
Yoga For Knee Pain – Yoga for Post Knee Surgery. Gentle & Safe Modified Poses
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.
Chair Yoga – Gentle Yoga For Knees not Ready to Bear Your Full Weight
This seated yoga video is for people suffering from recent knee surgeries/injuries, and/or people with disabilities. This 30 minute yoga flow takes all pressure off and knees and allows us to meet our bodies exactly where we’re at, whether that be in crutches, because you have to be seated for long periods of time, or after having knee surgery or knee injuries.
Always get the advice of your orthopedic surgeon before attempting yoga after exercise. While these exercise are mild, it is always prudent to be advised by a medical professional. Lauren Bingle is a highly talented Yoga instructor who practices out of Austin, TX.