The Knee Part 2 by David Keil © 2005 Enlightened Practice Magazine

David Keil Anatomy, Lower Limb, Yoga Injuries 3 Comments

In Part 1 of this article we left off looking at the deepest, most intrinsic structures that make the knee function as it does. In this part of the article we’ll continue to look at another deep structure, the meniscus and also talk about some of the soft-tissues (muscles and ligaments) that affect this joint and how it all fits into our yoga practice.

The Knee Part 1 by David Keil © 2005 Enlightened Practice Magazine

David Keil Anatomy, Lower Limb, Yoga Injuries 2 Comments

In our last article, we looked at the part of our anatomy that grounds us, literally, the feet. Making our way up the body, the next major joint we come to is the ever elusive and sometimes tricky knee. This knobby pair of joints are often an enthusiastic topic of conversation amongst yogis as it seems everyone knows somebody who’s either injured a meniscus or torn an ACL, or done “something” to it.