Protect your knees in floor poses

This week we are taking a gander at securing your knees in some floor postures.

Lotus posture - If you have knee issues I would prescribe that you keep away from Lotus posture. Regardless of the possibility that you don't have knee issues Lotus posture requires a lot of outside turn of the hip joint. On the off chance that your hips are tight then your knee joint will take the strain and this can possibly bring about genuine damage.

When you have adaptability in the hips from standing stances you may work with Baddha Konasana and Janu sirsasana, utilizing changes in the event that you have to as itemized beneath. Never drive yourself into the postures.

Baddha konasana (Cobbler's Pose) sit on a piece (or two) bring the soles of your feet together and draw them close into your body, clutching your feet or your lower legs or shins if holding your feet makes you round forward. To change the stance have your feet advance far from your body as in the Yin Yoga Butterfly and bolster your external thighs with pads.

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