When a bee moves from flower to flower, their knees collect nectar. “The Bee’s knees" is an old phrase from the 1920’s that means sweet and good.
The health of your knees determines your ability to move in life. Knees can provide seamless transitions for walking, running, and climbing.
But for many people, the knees are a source of major pain and discomfort.
Knees are only meant to move in two primary directions—bending and straightening.
When we move in a way that is outside the natural track or pathway of the knee, it can stress the joints in unhealthy ways. The knees can get torqued and twisted, which compromises the integrity and health of your knees over time.
When we develop “off-track” walking habits, the muscles, ligaments and connective tissue that support the knee can be unforgiving.
That’s where tracking comes in.
Depending on your knee issue, this 3-minute video could make all the difference in easing discomfort and getting your body back on track - and that, my friend, is the bee’s knees!
Do you have questions about tracking? Have you tried it? Let us know in the comments below.
Happy New Year,
Brenda Dowell directs our Integrative Anatomy program, a required course in DevaTree's 300-hr Advanced Teacher Training.