Physiyoga: physical therapy principles meet mindful movement

Happier Hamstrings: Healing Tendinopathy
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33:39
Level 1
Intro to Happier Hamstrings
2
1:06:38
Level 1
Hamstring Tendinopothy: Early Recovery
3
1:03:26
Level 2
Happier Hamstrings Tendinopathy: Late Recovery
Level 1
Marisa Sako
Intro to Happier Hamstrings
Level 1
Marisa Sako
Hamstring Tendinopothy: Early Recovery
Level 2
Marisa Sako
Happier Hamstrings Tendinopathy: Late Recovery
Level 1
Marisa Sako
Intro to Happier Hamstrings
Level 1
Marisa Sako
Hamstring Tendinopothy: Early Recovery
Level 2
Marisa Sako
Happier Hamstrings Tendinopathy: Late Recovery

Program Length

3 Weeks
Focus
Hamstring  Hip

Does this sound familiar: no matter how much you’ve stretched your hamstrings or how flexible you get in your forward bends, they have felt “tight” or even sore? Over time, has the soreness increased in intensity and frequency, particularly up at your sit bone? You may have already been told you have, “Yoga Butt,” which sounds much cuter than a proximal hamstring tendinopathy. This is a common condition affecting flexible folks with certain postural patterns and movement habits. 

Surprisingly, the antidote isn’t simply more stretching, but how we’re stretching. 

Here’s what our Happier Hamstrings Program offers: 

In the early stages, we’ll focus on mindful realignment and movement repatterning that will help you heal those tendons.

Strengthening the hamstrings is also key. However the amount of strengthening will be appropriate for where you are in your recovery. We’ll ease into it at first. Further along in your healing process, and once you’ve solidified the mindful realignment, we’ll add in more strength work which will help you prevent future reinjury. 

How to use this program: 

We recommend that no matter what phase of recovery you are in, that you start at the beginning. 

We wish we could prescribe a certain amount of times to practice each class or length of time before moving on to the next one, but the best way to determine this for yourself will be to gauge your level of pain and assess how well you’ve been able to incorporate the principles of mindful realignment and movement repatterning into your practice and everyday life. 

Also, healing tendinopathy is a marathon and not a sprint. Slow and steady is the way to go. Be consistent, and you’ll be able to go the distance to your goal: being pain-free. And know that there can be setbacks, and that is ok! Better to revisit the Early Recovery class for a while rather than continue to push through the Late Recovery classes and hinder your healing. 

 

$39

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