Yoga Anatomy Articles


The yoga anatomy articles are organized into categories such as, InjuriesPosturesYour QuestionsYogaAnatomyYoga Anatomy Research Project, and even Yoga Adjustments.


They are also broken down more specifically by muscles, bandhas, breathing, sit bone pain, shoulders, psoas, and knee pain.


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Your Core Muscles – Deeper Than You Think

Understanding the core muscles of the body is essential for any type of movement art. In Yoga it is talked…
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The Psoas Muscle

The psoas muscle is extremely popular and talked about plenty. It’s still difficult for people to feel and find where…
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Breathing in Yoga: Is there a Right and Wrong Way?

We shouldn’t take it lightly when we ask or direct people to breathe in very specific ways. Breathing is personal…
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How Breathing Leads to Bandhas © 2010

In the last two newsletters I’ve covered both mula and uddiyana bandhas from an anatomical point of view. I feel…
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Mula Bandha Anatomically Speaking by David Keil © 2010

The bandhas (mula bandha specifically) are perhaps the most difficult aspect to grasp in the practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.…
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Uddiyana Bandha Anatomically Speaking by David Keil © 2010

In the last piece about mula bandha and its relationship to the pelvic floor muscles I alluded to the muscle…