Hi, I'm Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit. Today, we're going to do some yoga stretches for rotator cuff injuries and we're also going to discuss how to prevent rotator cuff injuries. Now when we're practicing yoga a lot of times if we are in a plank position and our hands are too wide like this, we are putting a tremendous amount of strain on the rotator cuff. So one thing we can do to prevent injuries is to drop our knees during any plank position. Make sure the hands are directly underneath the pecs, not the shoulders so that we are providing a lot more stability for the shoulder girdle. So again this is prevention for those injuries but if you have ended up with one and I have one too, you'll want to lie down and do a Knot Pose. So take an arm, cross the body, extend the opposite arm and just feel that stretch, it's a nice deep stretch for the rotator cuff, especially if you are weight training, this is an excellent stretch to do. If you feel like you want something more advanced, you can take both arms underneath the body, walk the body over the arms and relax and breathe. If you can, try and stay here for two to five minutes, you'll really feel it. This is Knot Pose by the way. Always make sure you switch sides and then use an upper body strength as well as your core to press you back up. These are yoga poses to stretch rotator cuff injuries as well as some tips to prevent injuries from happening. Remember any yoga is good yoga as long as it's safe yoga. I'm Beth Shaw with YogaFit. Thank you.