Easy on the knees – on your belly, seated, and on your back
≤30 min. If your knees are feeling cranky (I can relate after two fractures), here are some poses that enable you to work the muscles that support the knees while exploring poses that may have been out of bounds. We start standing, but not for long -- on your belly you'll be exploring a simple way to get into a one-legged wheel pose which sets you on the path to practice dhanurasana. Hip openers such as lunge variations prepare you for upavista konasana variations and Brighids Cross. Once on your back you'll turn Brighid's Cross over to parivrtta supta padangustasana. Be sure to close out your practice with bridge pose or another symmetric pose before your savasana.