Hamstring Pain?

FREE video

  • Pain in the upper hamstring and buttock?
  • Upper hamstring and buttock pain after class?
  • Pain with sitting on hard surfaces or walking?

In this video Nichole explains one of the most common reasons for buttock and hamstring problems in yoga, which is known as hamstring tendinopathy. Together with her physiotherapy colleague Kat King they explain your anatomy and the potential causes of tendon problems in yoga. They also provide advice and tips on how to minimize further load onto your hamstring tendon in class with simple adjustments for problematic yoga poses.

Your Instructor

Nichole Hamilton
Nichole Hamilton

Nichole is a qualified Physiotherapist with a passion for health and education! She has over 20 years of clinical experience in physiotherapy private practice with expertise in spinal, hip and pelvic problems. She has been involved in physiotherapy education for over 15 years through a variety of platforms including Australia wide workshops, conferences, lectures and online learning platforms.

Nichole is also a qualified yoga teacher, mindfulness meditation teacher and pilates instructor.

Nichole offers you a wealth of knowledge, insight and expertise in all of her educational courses. Her clear and professional explanations are designed to help you with your understanding!

She is passionate about empowering patients, therapist's and yoga instructors with the opportunity to improve their understanding and health through education.

Nichole looks forward to sharing her knowledge with you with her online courses!

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Course Curriculum

  FREE video- understanding hamstring tendon pain in your yoga practice
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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the video access start and finish?
The access starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the video?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this video for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Does this course replace medical advice?
No it does not. Always seek independent medical assessment and advice for pain and injury.

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