To alleviate weight-bearing pressure through the wrists, those with mild tennis elbow may simply decrease that angle by using a yoga wedge to elevate the heels of their hands. Alternatively, in poses like tabletop, they could also move their hands slightly in front of their wrists.
This yoga pose will help stretch both elbows and wrists and reduce the pain caused by the tennis elbow. To do this pose: Stand and place both feet apart from each other measuring the width of the hip. Place both arms at the sides. Slowly breathe and place both feet apart approximately 4 to 5 feet wide.
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If your elbow feels tight, sore or it actually hurts, you can practice yoga by doing easy poses and stretching exercises to aid relief. Yoga to relieve tennis elbow An important thing to remember when practicing yoga if you have tennis elbow, is that you should never do poses that require you to bear your full weight onto your hands with your wrists and elbows in extension.
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