The following videos are all from my youtube page. I've grouped them according to relevance.
The following three videos are a sort of intro to how I teach and do yoga. The first video focuses on learning how to create stability (and recognizing when part of your body is stable) in a variety of yoga poses.
Basic Stability and Hip Flexibility
The following two videos focus on the wide leg forward bend (seated) and pigeon pose, two hip stretches that could be used to complement each other.
Basic Yoga Routine with Knee Strengthening Exercises
This routine, with accompanying videos, includes knee strengthening exercises as well as exercises for basic strengthening, improving stability and balance. It also helps you to improve body awareness.
An Exercises for Knee Stability, The Seated Get Up
The seated get up is a way of getting into the one legged squat from a seated position. Even if you aren't interested in one leg squats this video does include tips on stabilizing the knees (at about the 5 minute mark.) Usual muscle activations for knee stability might include the quads, the hamstrings or any of the glutes. This looks at another set of muscles all together. If you like the video or find it helpful, please do share it! Thanks!
Scapular stabilization becomes a little bit harder when working agains the weight of the body. It can be easier to learn if you gradually increase the amount of body weight the scapular stabilizer muscles are working againsts..