David Keil Interview

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If you are interested in Yoga Anatomy or Ashtanaga you will know about David Keil. With his great and informative website http://www.yoganatomy.com/ and worldwide workshops. I was like a kid in a toy shop when I got the chance to interview David. Loads of topics were covered with plenty of geeky anatomy talk. At this time I am posting the interview in manageable bites with the whole thing coming soon.

How knowing Yoga Anatomy can help your yoga practice.
Dealing with tighter and more resistant parts of the body.
Ashtanga Yoga an ongoing evolution?
Dealing with tension in particular muscle groups.
About David Keil’s book on Yoga Anatomy
Supta Konasana
Preventing Sacroiliac joint Injury
Chakrasana: How to do it safely
The anatomy of Marichyasana postures
Chaturanga: How far down and forward?
Seratus Anterior muscle and Chaturanga asana
Understanding the Psoas Muscle
Here are some of the articles posted here by David Keil:
  • David Keil Interview 2016 August 20, 2016 Its that time of year again when David Keil visits Purple Valley in Goa and I get to babble anatomy with someone who really knows his stuff. David is author of the brilliant book Functional Anatomy of Yoga and teaches around the world. In this interview we talk about the emerging interest in fascia, injuries, ...
  • Your Shoulders in Downward Facing Dog March 30, 2013 By David Keil I think we can all agree about one thing with regard to the shoulders in downward facing dog. None of us like to have our own or see our students shoulders stuck up in our or their ears. How do we get our shoulders out of our ears? In addition what is the ...
  • Gluteal and Psoas Relationship for Yogis March 24, 2013 By David Keil There is a pattern that has shown itself to me over the last few months. I don’t think that this pattern is a result of practice but probably an underlying pattern that already existed. As often happens, regular practice can uncover any number of problems or imbalances in our body. Hopefully the practice ...
  • Turning Your Feet Out When Doing a Yoga Drop-Back? September 9, 2013 By David Keil The inspiration for this month’s article comes from a question posed in an email. The question, from Catherine, asks specifically about keeping the feet straight in drop-backs. For those of you not sure what a drop-back is… it’s when you stand at the front of your mat and drop into a backbend. It’s ...
  • Sitting for Meditation May 31, 2013 By David Keil The basic goal of all the asana practice is finding and maintaining a comfortable padmasana (lotus pose) for meditation. There are a few key anatomical components and principles to finding this comfort. The foundation of the pose is the crossing of the legs and “sit bones” comfortably on the floor. With a firm ...
  • Sun Salutations Part 1 October 20, 2014 There is nothing that seems to cross all boundaries of yoga styles as clearly as sun salutations. Of course there are variations on the theme, but it seems that all styles do them. Sun Salutations put movement through all of the joints of the body and moves it in many directions. Perhaps we have a ...
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