Improve your range of motion, increase your strength, and feel more confident post-surgery with a 2-month yoga progression plan.
Every yoga class is specifically created to progress you forward in your recovery, increasing your strength and range of motion
Beginning at 3 months post-op, every video is meant to challenge you and give you a clear goal to work towards over a period of 2 months
Receive a free download of The Complete Guide to ACL Surgery Recovery. This guide shows the progression of an average ACL recovery, and includes a plan with physical therapy exercises over a period of 6 months
This course was created with everyone in mind! For anyone who has never done yoga, to advanced yogi’s. The videos in the month 3 start out slow, and many modifications are provided.
You will learn new yoga postures as you progress in the course and your recovery! If the classes start to become too challenging, you can stick with the classes earlier on in the course until you feel more comfortable in the postures and movements.
By the end of the course, you will feel stronger, more flexible, and more balanced than before!
Each video is anywhere from 10-40 minutes – the average being 15-20 minutes. I recommend doing 1-2 classes a week, depending on your current physical therapy schedule.
The entire course itself is 2+ months, depending on how quickly you progress.
While I’d love to be able to guarantee progress, your progress ultimately comes down to a variety of factors: how committed you are to physical therapy, what your level of fitness was before your surgery, the type of ACL tissue replacement, your diet, lifestyle, and much more. Every person’s progress is different.
I recommend staying with the videos that you are comfortable with until they become easier, then progress to the next as you become stronger and increase your range of motion.
Please consult with your surgeon and/or physical therapist if you are experiencing any pain or plateaus.
NO. This course was created as a supplement to your recovery. I am not a medical professional, and cannot diagnose or provide any medical advice. Please consult with your surgeon and physical therapist BEFORE embarking on this course.
YES! If you aren’t a part of the ACL club, but have had some type of knee surgery OR plainly just have knee issues, this course is still an excellent option to strengthen all of the muscles surrounding the knees.
With that being said, please consult with your surgeon and/or physical therapist before participating in this course.
Stick with your physical therapy exercises, and start adding some additional workouts on non-PT days. If you need help deciding which exercises to do, this course includes a PDF of my ACL Guide, which includes additional exercises to do every week on non-physical therapy days.
**As always, please check with your PT & Surgeon before adding anything to your recovery regimen!
The information in this course is not meant to diagnose, treat, or heal any medical condition or to be used in place of professional medical advice. Please consult with your primary care physician/physical therapist before beginning any new fitness or yoga regime.
In participating in this yoga course, you agree to do so at your own risk. There is a possibility of physical injury, so please listen to your body during your recovery. By participating in this course, you assume all risk to yourself, and release and discharge Nina Elise Yoga from any and all claims or causes of action that may arise out of Nina Elise Yoga’s negligence.