When you first experience wrist pain from yoga, it can appear in a variety of ways. Typically, most people get dull and aching pain in the wrist, and it is usually due to bone, ligament, or cartilage damage. Some yogis will find themselves with shooting pain, which could point to acute tendinitis or a muscle sprain. If you are experiencing painful clicking in the joint, it could mean that you have torn your triangular fibrocartilage complex, which is the structure in the wrist that supports the carpal bones.
Here are some exercises to help you with addressing the pain:
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