Yoga poses for Hands, Wrists, Arms, Shoulders and Neck strength and comfort

≤30 min. Sometimes plank, downward dog and arm balance poses are challenging for hands, wrists, and shoulders. This practice links various interrelated factors affecting both strength and flexibility of the hands, arms, and shoulders. Often tendons become inflamed causing discomfort in the wrists, fingers, and forearms. If that is the case, consult with a medical professional. If you are able to work with the actions of postures and movements; chances are -- with modifications and perhaps props --the pressure will be minimized. Try these actions to create greater mobility. Rita Knorr for

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