The AnatomyShow BLOG
Balance is a two-way street.
We are coping with balance quite well so far. We are walking, running, and standing for most of our lives. Keep in mind though, you practised this for years when you grew up as a little kid.
Further challenges we encounter in later life require physical and...
The movement we think we are doing, how we imagine our posture looks like, and the reality are often quite different.
This disconnect between perception and reality is based on the integration of specific nerve receptor information in our body.
Watch the video to learn how you can train these...
Our collarbones are easily visible structures on the front of the the body.
Their position and instructions on where and how they are supposed to be held vary.
In this video we take a look at the influences on collarbone positions to give you an informed perspective on how to hold and...
Tightness in the calves can be successfully addressed with fascia rolling.
Watch this video to learn the anatomical and physiological background for addressing the calves with fascia rolling.
Understand three types of forces and and the three modes in which fascia rolling can be applied best...
Do you still remember your first yoga class? The challenges to your mobility, your balance, your strength? Don't you wish it could have been easier?
When I first went to yoga classes, I was so disappointed with myself. I thought I was fit and capable. I was running, cycling, surfing and...
As it turns out, not very much.
Alignment can look good.
Sometimes it makes postures and movements easier.
But what get’s us to a certain alignment?
It’s the actions and engagements of muscles.
Maybe let’s focus on that. Engagement is important.
Let’s take a step back to...
Oslo Yoga, www.osloyoga.no hosted a panel discussion on yoga anatomy as part of their international yoga festival www.yogafestivalen.no on January 4, 2021.
On the panel were:
Mark Stephens www.markstephensyoga.com
Anna Kristina Kavli www.iyoga.no,
and me, Chris Kummer ...
Modern hips are hips used to sitting on chairs. Or simply sitting a lot.
How many people have told you already that sitting too much can make your hip area tight? This tension can include the hip ligaments, the hip-flexor muscles and a lot of other associated muscles and fascia...
This yoga anatomy tip will help you improve your balance in handstand and othert balance postures.
Anytime you want to attempt to practice a balance yoga posture you need to follow this principle to be successful. if you aim to balance for longer than it takes to take a quick photo.