The first software in the world that enables you to look under the skin and directly observe the world of anatomy and posture during yoga workouts.
Note: Currently, Muscle&Motion YOGA is available for PC, MAC, iPad and Android Tablet.
Our Phones version (IOS + Android) will be available soon! (without extra cost)
About the App:
See how muscles act as they stretch in each position and deepen your understanding of the effects of common postural problems. Reveal the secrets of the movement system in accurate and spectacular 3D!
Table of Contents
• How to identify the limiting elements in a position.
• How to diagnose posture disorders.
• How to build a balanced vinyasa to improve lesson results.
• Precise anatomical analysis of classical asanas.
• The muscular system in yoga: See all the muscles in 3D.
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“A fascinating and user-friendly trek through the world of the skeleton, muscles, joints, movement, posture and the way in which they are used in yoga positions.
I warmly recommend the pleasure of this trek which will also improve your personal practice and teaching from an understanding of what is happening within.”
Zippi Negev | School of Integrative Yoga view more
“Wow!!! There really isn’t anything else like it. I am amazed by the precise graphics, the educational animation, and the short accurate explanations. The section on problems and adaptations is really superb.
This is a super-effective tool for every yoga teacher that will raise the level of explanations and practice in the lesson.”
Edna Davidson | Senior Teacher of Yoga view more
3D Yoga Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Posture
The software focuses on the anatomy and kinesiology of yoga postures and instills a deep understanding of the wisdom of ancient yoga – in the spirit of the modern world. The system focuses on the applicative side of adapting yoga to western civilization and also adapting the nature of the yoga practice to the posture patterns of the yoga student. In this way we highlight complex kinesiological aspects that till now have not been addressed clearly and in terms of their applications.
All of the content is presented visually, in spectacular 3D, to help teachers deal with questions that arise during instruction such as: What does this position work on? What might be the source of the learner’s difficulty? How can we deal with movement limitations during the yoga practice? Knowledge in these areas will enable teachers to work with confidence, from a well grounded understanding of body movement, which will help avoid causing harm as the result of an inappropriate yoga practice.
This is an amazing opportunity to grow as a teacher: expand your yoga knowledge in the comfort of your home or practice space
and accumulate credit towards your Continued Education Units (CEUs) with Yoga Alliance*.
* Every 5 hours of this training equals 1 non-contact hour of continuing education with Yoga Alliance.
Thanks to the most advanced technology that we use, it is impossible not to understand. You can observe how muscles work in each position, deepen your understanding of the effects of common posture problems on the nature of yoga poses, and learn how to deal with any obstacle.
Learn how to instruct students with kyphosis in their yoga practice – modify poses and offer individual guidance.
A special comprehensive section presents the movement system in 3D. Observing each muscle in 3D helps enhance understanding of muscle movements and connection points It’s simply impossible not to understand.
Indications and Contraindications in Yoga Practice:
What is the appropriate pose?
What should be avoided?
How can adaptations be introduced to prevent damage and improve the results of the training session?
Core Muscles in Yoga
What are the core muscles?
How do they function in a yoga poses?
How can we develop functional control of these muscles?
Which poses should be included in a session to improve static or dynamic posture?
The Body’s Balance System
How do we deal with difficulties in keeping our balance?
How do we locate the source of the problem?
Which poses should be included in a session?
Posture Disorders in the Lower Extremities:
How do we locate functional problems in the foot joints?
How do we prevent damage to the knee?
What causes lack of balance in the hip joints?
How do all of these elements affect the quality of practice?