The Ultimate Guide to an Injury-Free Practice



  1. Warmup Your Wrists, Shoulders, Hips, Backs, and Knees 
  2. Find More Stability in Yoga Poses
  3. Practice Safely Online
  4. Focus on Proper Alignment 
  5. Ease Back After an Injury

If you’ve ever experienced an energetic release in a deep hip or heart opener or have felt invigorated by a few Sun Salutations, you can attest to the feel-good power of yoga. But other times, your practice may involve uncomfortable postures. These have benefits, too. They help you learn about yourself and your resistance—whether it’s physical, psychological, or emotional, says Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., PT, who’s been teaching since 1971.

“The gifts of doing this [type of] work are endless, but it comes with some inherent physical risks,” she says. Yoga can cause musculoskeletal pain and exacerbate existing injuries, according to research.

One study…

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