Adding these yoga postures to your therapeutic regimen can be beneficial in your journey:
Warrior Two is a lunging yoga posture that can strengthen the quadriceps. This is important because you want to build strength around the supporting muscles that surround the knee joint.
This is a standing balancing posture that will aid in the recovery of your knee replacement. Because you will be balancing on one foot, you may want to stand near a wall or high-backed chair to assist your posture.
Another yoga posture to practice to regain strength in your leg muscles is Bridge Pose. This is a backbend, but you can perform the pose with a prop and still effectively activate your glutes, hamstrings, and hip flexors.
This is a yoga posture that can still afford you greater range in your recovering knee, while also providing relaxation. You will need several props for this variation of the pose: a blanket and a large cushion.
After any yoga practice, you may finish in Savasana. Simply lie on your back on your yoga mat for several minutes to allow your entire body to relax.