Anatomy for Arm Balances and Inversions Book

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Anatomy for Arm Balances and Inversions Book

Explore the inner realms of the most common arm balances and inversions. See important postures such as downward dog, headstand, crow pose, and plough like you've never seen them before - fully exposed. Deconstruct the process of getting into and out of a posture and isolating muscle groups through specific contractions. With this book, you'll be able to turn your mind inside and follow the flow of the dynamic of the pose, increase your body awareness, and facilitate therapeutic uses of yoga. The system this book uses is to give five elements for every asana. These are: joint positions, muscles that engage, muscles that stretch, breath, and bandhas. The bandhas refers to those muscles groups that are activated and held during the retention of the position, stimulating the flow of energy in the position and connecting to the energetic knots in the subtle body. Ray Long MD FRCSC is a board certified orthopedic surgeon and the founder of Bandha Yoga. Ray graduated from The University of Michigan Medical School with post-graduate training at Cornell University, McGill University, The University of Montreal and Florida Orthopedic Institute. He has studied hatha yoga for over twenty years, training extensively with B.K.S. Iyengar and other leading yoga masters.

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