Yoga for Knee Pain

Wall Yin

Releasing Grudges

All of us tend to hold little grudges against our bodies. Maybe you can’t do something as well as you used to, or pain casues you to opt out of things you really want to do. This is a wall practice which will focus on healthy and happy range of motion for the hips and knees. But we will also explore a simple meditation on the benevolent and loyal body. Perhaps we can release a few grudges we’ve been holding and replace them with something more affirming. 

All you need for practice is a wall, though some might like to use a blanket, pillow or block. 

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