Yoga anatomy is the study of the human body and how it moves during yoga poses. It involves learning about the muscles, joints, and bones that are involved in different poses and understanding how they work together to create movement. Through studying yoga anatomy, practitioners can gain a deeper understanding of the mechanics of each pose, which in turn can help to prevent injury and increase flexibility. This knowledge can also help to enhance the benefits of each pose, allowing practitioners to get the most out of their practice. A basic understanding of yoga anatomy can also help individuals to modify poses to suit their individual needs. By understanding which muscles are being stretched or strengthened, individuals can better target specific areas of the body that they may want to focus on.
2.00 pm to 03.30 pm
Morning class6.00 to 8.00 am
8.45 to 10.45 am
Evening class4.30 to 6.30 pm
Pranayama class11.30 to 12.30 pm.
Patanjali Sutras6.30 to 7.30 pm.
Overall, understanding yoga anatomy can deepen one's appreciation and understanding of the practice, making it a more enjoyable and fulfilling experience.
Very well-experienced Ayurvedic Doctor, She has been conducting tailor-made courses and workshops on Ayurveda, diet programs, Ayurveda therapies, and yoga anatomy for 10yrs.
Author of a book on Yoga Anatomy.
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