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Well illustrated and easy to follow.
What is really cool about this book is that there is a very limited number of exercises, so you are not overwhelmed and can easily get started and stay practicing.
This book showed me how the muscles radiating from the hip and pelvis affect the knee and how to gently elongate them.
Helped but my knees still don't want to do yoga but physical therapy helpedPublished 17 days ago by Faith Mullen
She speaks from her experiences, modified by study. I found it helpful for an old knee that hurts from an injury 2 years ago. Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. J. Vicent
I should preface this by saying that i have a regular yoga practice for about ten years. The info in the book was a bit too basic for my needs, and i found no new info. Read morePublished 7 months ago by matthew kiley
If you can kneel or do 90-degree squats and lunges like these, whatever fancy names you give them, there is NOT MUCH WRONG WITH YOUR KNEES. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bookworm-number-one
I loved how easy it was to follow along with.... Easy read and amazing poses. A little short, but over great.Published 9 months ago by Denise Benitez
I was looking for exercises or stretches to help a problem knee; I knew essentially nothing about yoga and decided to read this brief guide by Sandy Blaine. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Robert I. Hedges
I was looking for help after a total knee replacement (TKR) surgery. This book is an an excellent reference if your knees are symmetrically problematic. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sumanta K. Chatterjee
Still reading it, some useful information. Would've like more exercises and a little less lecture. Book would be good for someone with little or no kinesiology background.Published 15 months ago by s.chenier
This book by Sandy Blaine is well illustrated and contains practical information and explanations for doing the 17 asanas for
preventing knee pain and for recovery from knee... Read more