Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you a few safe Yoga postures to do before knee replacement surgery. So, the first one that I'm going to have you do, you're going to start off in mountain pose. Feet together, feet pointing straight ahead and then you're going to take a step forward and then you're going to pivot your back leg out just a little bit. Now, I want you to do this only if you feel comfortable doing this. And then, you're going to go ahead and inhale your arms up and then you're just going to hold this posture for about three deep breaths, and this is really going to help strengthen your quad which is really going to help you in the recovery of your, of your knee replacement surgery. And then in the last exhale, you're going to bring your arms down and then you're going to step your front leg, meet it back to the back leg and then you're going to switch sides. The second one that I'm going to have you do, you're going to go ahead and sit yourself down onto your mat and you're going to extend your legs out. And I want you to flex your feet as much as you can. And what I'm going to have you do is I'm going to reach, I'm going to have you reach forward as far as you can go and then flatten out your back as much as possible. And you're just going to breath into this position, feel the stretch in the back of the leg, you really want to elongate those hamstrings because the hamstrings are going to balance out the weight that's distributed onto your kneecaps. So, really good for you to do before your knee replacement surgery. And then the last thing in this position, you're going to inhale the arms up, stretch out nice and tall and then exhale, fold one last time, flat back and then you can go ahead and round your spine, allow yourself to sink and settle into this position. And then last time here flexing, opening up the spine, holding this position for about one more deep breath and then coming out of this position. So, those are a few safe Yoga postures that you can do before your knee replacement surgery. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.