Typical postures that trigger discomfort within the wrists are yoga poses, such as the crow, downward-facing dog, upward-facing dog and side plank, simply because they need the wrists to be in total extension, and to maintain the body weight up. Each of these poses can be achieved on your forearms, taking away all pressure on your wrists. Concentrate on your wrists, and make adjustments while you are in the pose.
As a teacher, you should have learned this during your foundational 200-hour yoga certification course, but most students know very little about spinal or skeletal health, unless they have experienced chronic joint pain. Let's go over the basics, just in case you want to have a short workshop for your students to have a deeper understanding of why and how they are feeling better after a class at your yoga school.
Yoga is something that millions of practitioners have practiced throughout history to find tranquility, balance, focus, and clarity. It is understandable that the calming poses and mindfulness meditation can create a more intelligent and mentally sharp individual.