Yoga about the causes of joint damage

Yoga about the causes of joint damage

Regarding joint damage: In the current teaching of yoga classes, teachers and literature focus more on the complications of their joints than on the tolerance and compression of the muscles.

During class, members often do a lot of flexible joint movements.

  At first glance, these movements are not a problem, but from the perspective of physiological anatomy and motion anatomy, the reason why the joint can produce various directions of movement is because the corresponding ligaments and muscles around the joint are contracted and pulled by their respective contractionsAs a result of joint movement, if the muscles wrapped around the joint have no force, they are relaxed and passive. At this time, the joint movement comes from the joint itself. You must know that the joint is the bone-to-bone connection, and it looks like a wearing part.Similarly, with age, wear and tear will continue to occur. The best way to reduce wear and tear is to activate the muscles around the joints and let the muscles drive the joints instead of the joints.

  In the Hatha system, the most famous rheumatism series of India’s Biha College, the movements of the joints are required from a subtle scale, requiring slow and subtle movements. At this time, those rarely used muscles around the joints can be reached.Group change.

  However, in current yoga classes, teachers can’t understand the method of creating joints correctly, either physically or locally. Instead, they can move each joint as much as possible.

These will accelerate the degenerative deterioration of the joints, causing joint wear and pain.

  All from the Iyengar yoga system, the joints themselves are not very important, and the deformation and tolerance of the muscles wrapped around the joints are more important through yoga asana training.