This video is for people suffering from recent knee surgeries/injuries. This is also a GREAT practice for people with broken/fractured bones/pain in the lower body and knees.

This video represents al practice that Lauren engaged in while she was on crutches. She wants to share this practice with the world so that others with similar situations know that yoga is ALWAYS available to any one. With any body. Any Injury. ANY TIME.


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  1. Very nice Lauren. My sister in law is having trouble with her knee and I think this will be just what she needs. Very impressed by your presence and example of mindfulness of all movement during the routine. I think I need to get back into yoga myself.

  2. Quite surprised that all these knee bend poses were so effective in making the sudden knee pain almost disappear.Thank you! 🙏🏼

  3. thanks for the morning yoga! slight knee injury yesterday. This sequence helped! thanks from Austin, Tx

  4. Wow, I definitely feel a difference right now. I feel stronger. Thank you 😊 💚🙏🏽😌

  5. Thank You so much I am new to yoga and the video I was using pior was causing a lot of knee pain and crunching popping sound. The modifications are very helpful and relaxing.

  6. Thank you, that was strengthening in a gentle way, can feel my knee getting better! So grateful to you for these helpful classes. Love your creaky floor too! Namaste

  7. Thanks so much! I slightly tore my meniscus in the summer (in Houston lol) and it has bothered me during exercise ever since. Glad to find something to help me feel more grounded!

  8. I have very weak knees and I need to thank you for you for this video. I feel the difference. I am adding this to my physical therapy. 🙂

  9. Great job! I will keep this video on hand i drive for a living so my knees always could use some strengthening Thank You! Namaste!

  10. really really good ! thank you 🙂 I could really feel my knee muscles working and the guidance was lovely and calming/

  11. Am I the only one who finds that rrrrr-yoga-mat-crunching sound annoying? It could have been such a good practice, but I was so distracted!

  12. Hey. When i do a full squat, my knees make a popping sound. I have observed this sound is quite common in yoga groups. What is the reason, Is it a matter of big concern?

  13. I had knee surgery in March and I was starting to get very discouraged mid summer, I could hardly lift and bend my knee… I found your yoga for knee injuries and it helped so much and felt so good to move!!! I wanted to let you know I graduated to your knee strengthening exercises!! You have been a HUGE contributor to my knee recovery not only physical but also emotional, your demeanor and voice reminds me to stay present. Thank you thank you💟

  14. Thank you so much for this very helpful video. I have osteoarthritis in both knees and I found this so useful and strengthening. I will return to it regularly.

  15. Hi Lauren. I love your soft & sweet voice. Would you ever consider doing a sleep-time relaxation/meditation video? I don't know how much of a donation would be required for something like that but I hope you think about it.

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