Hatha Yoga for the Hands and Wrists

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.9 (130 votes)
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If you work at a desk or with your hands in any capacity - such as a musician or carpenter - it's important to keep your hands and wrists limber to maintain optimal health. This class is great for improving flexibility, range of motion and blood flow in the hands and wrists. It's a good way to help prevent or work with arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome and it's a fantastic way to remove the tension and stress from an area that is so often over-worked.

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga at Work, Yoga for Seniors


cacrazee51 1 year ago

Never thought about specifically stretching hands but it was good.

nskittle 1 year ago

Felt amazing to release the tension in my hands, wrist, and fingers. I work on computer all day and while I knew that my wrists, neck/shoulders held tension I didn't realize that my fingers were in such need of release. I also really felt the chi moving in the last movement. Loved it! Thanks David.

n00btorious 1 year ago

I'm awake now! Great class to work on hand and wrist joints. Gentle way to bring energy into the body first thing in the morning, as well.

DawnH 1 year ago

Felt great! I work a desk job and know this type of stretching would be so beneficial if done on a regular basis. I am going to incorporate this into my day. Thank you, David!

wayfarer 1 year ago

I used to avoid David's classes, because I always came away surprisingly very sore the next day, because he makes you work really hard without really moving much, and you don't realise it. Now I really prefer his methods of teaching.

EmBe 1 year ago

Very helpful!I feel this class is great for someone who uses devices, whether with a keyboard or a touchscreen. I plan to use this video in the future for my hands and wrists.

tossa 1 year ago

as an artist, I am sure this will come in handy on many occasions

kristen52 1 year ago

Glad to have learned these stretches. Will probably try to do them more often.