Yoga for Knee Pain: Often troubled by knee pain? So doing these yoga will give relief

Yoga for Knee Pain: If you have knee problems, it can be difficult to live a full life along with walking. If you are recovering from a knee injury or surgery, there are certain yoga asanas that you should avoid. These include standing postures, especially those that require you to support your entire weight on your feet. Be careful while doing other asanas like Chakrasana, Eka Padasana and Vrikshasana. Himalaya Siddha Akshar, Yoga Guru, Founder of Akshar Yoga Institutes, says, "For people with weak knees or knee pain, yoga has many medical benefits. Practicing yoga poses will help you maintain pain-free mobility, strengthen your legs, and strengthen your knees.

Doing these yoga poses will be beneficial for relief from knee pain

Utkatasana – Chair Pose

This can be repeated for 5 sets with a 30 second hold each time.

Join palms and raise your arms to make Namaste at your heart chakra.

Bend your knees and slowly lower your pelvis.

Make sure your pelvis is parallel to the floor with a 90 degree bend at the knees.

Keep your ankles and knees in a straight line.

Focus your gaze on your salutation.

Make sure your spine is straight.

Tadasana (Samasthithi)

Stand with your feet together.

Extend your arms to the side of your body and let them hover without making contact.

Slowly close eyes.

Relax the body.


Start in Malasana or Vajrasana.

Bring your feet together to slowly lift your heels off the floor.

Balance your body on your toes and keep your back straight.

Bring your palms together and focus in between your brows.

Keep breathing in this posture for 10-20 seconds.

To come out of this pose, bring your heels down and come back to Malasana.

Repeat for 3 sets.


Sit on the ground, or on the bed as per your comfort.

Make sure your back is straight.

Extend your legs in front of you with toes in a flexed position.

Tense the muscles of your pelvis, thighs and calves.

Place your palms on the floor near your hips as this supports your spine and relaxes your shoulders.

Hold eight to ten breaths.

Disclaimer: Take the methods, methods and claims mentioned in this article only as suggestions, ABP News does not confirm them. Before implementing any such treatment/medicine/diet and suggestion, please consult a doctor or related expert.

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