David Keil

David Keil

David Keil

David Keil an Ashtanga teacher as well as being known for introducing and simplifying yoga anatomy. He is the author of Functional Anatomy of Yoga book.

Quadratus Lumborum (QL) A real Pain in the Back!

Quadratus Lumborum

I have written about a number of the “lightning rod” muscles such as the piriformis, psoas, and transverse abdominis. I refer to them as “lightning rods” because they attract attention. Sometimes this is for good reason, after all, everyone should know about his or her psoas. However, every problem related to core shouldn’t be thrown onto the back of the psoas or the transverse abdominis for that matter.

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Gluteal and Psoas Relationship for Yogis

Pelvis asis Anatomy

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 helps to create balance and “fix” them.

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