Practicing with Back Injury

Level 2 Ashtanga authorized teacher and AYV director Fiona Stang discusses some modifications to the practice to accommodate a back injury. Maintaining a daily practice, even if the full form cannot be achieved, can assist in healing due to the therapeutic vinyasa system of Ashtanga Yoga.

How to Practice with A Knee Injury in Ashtanga Yoga

Level 2 Ashtanga authorized teacher and AYV director Fiona Stang discusses some options to accommodate a knee injury. The underlying message is to keep practicing, even if the full form cannot be achieved, and focusing deeper into the breath, bandhas and drishtis. Consistency in movement and an able teacher will assist in a faster recovery and maintain one’s daily commitment to the practice.

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Practicing with a knee injury

Level 2 Ashtanga authorized teacher and AYV director Fiona Stang discusses some options to accommodate a knee injury. The underlying message is to keep practicing, even if the full form cannot be achieved, and focusing deeper into the breath, bandhas and drishtis. Consistency in movement and an able teacher will assist in a faster recovery and maintain one’s daily commitment to the practice.