Inner Knee Pain – Lotus Not Blooming by David Keil © 2010

David Keil Yoga Injuries, Yoga Postures 41 Comments

As much as I’ve already written about the knee, it never seems to be enough. I often take a poll in workshops when heading into the knee section and on most occasions one quarter to half the students will raise their hands when asked how many people are experiencing knee pain? This isn’t necessarily a yoga problem, but it’s showing up there. Of those students that raise their hand, many of them are dealing with inner knee pain.

David Keil in Bakasana with Line

So, You Wanna Do A handstand…

David Keil Anatomy, Upper Limb, Yoga Postures 17 Comments

Doesn’t everyone want to be able to do a handstand in the middle of the room? I can’t tell you how many people I’ve met who do. How many are actually willing to do the work involved in actually making it happen? How many are willing to spend the time to create the patterns in their practice that support making this happen and then do it consistently? I truly believe that it is this part that prevents people from being able to do the handstands they so desire.