Slow Flow: Focus on Knees

Guy Friswell
Instructor Guy Friswell
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Average: 4.9 (7 votes)
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Duration:
31
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32

Guy helps you bring intentionality and purpose to your movements in this slow flow class with a focus on knees. Learn to tune into subtle sensations and make small adjustments that will keep your knees safe and stable in bent or straight legged poses. Note: you may want a folded blanket or other soft support for the kneeling poses. Check out some of Guy's other slow flow classes like Slow Flow: Seated Practice, or Slow Flow: Focus on Transitions. Oh, and please don't take Guy's photochromic lenses personally. He's only hiding from the sun, not you!

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Seniors

Comments

lorigreer 1 month ago

As I have a torn meniscus, I approached this class very carefully. After one class, I feel it is a helpful addition to my physical therapy. I can't do everything yet but am gently working towards building strength and increasing mobility. Thank you.

Guy Friswell 1 month ago

Yes, take it slow and easy. I had a torn meniscus about 10 years ago and went through arthroscopic surgery. Mindful practice over the years has brought me to a point where there’s really not much difference between my two knees.

Deborah Lilly 1 month ago

Nice one Guy - I feel my quads strengthening, taking pressure off the knee joint. I like the pace. Cheers, from Australia.

birdnthesky 1 month ago

I really enjoyed this practice. My knees have been sensitive lately due to increased walking. I'm hoping this helps strengthen them. I noticed the time is actually 30 minutes instead of 19 as listed .

Kelly Bouchard 1 month ago

Kelly from DoYogaWithMe here,

Thanks so much for pointing out this inconsistency. I have just changed the class information!

Great to have you in the community!

Melanie Lichtinger 1 month ago

Great practice esp. for Yoga rehab and controlled knee strengthening.
The goat climbs slowly but surely. And loved the new-to-me deer variations.
Thanks Guy!