The more anatomy knowledge you have, the better your intuition and insights will become about how to read imbalances and teach to them. Here’s why you need anatomy training, in a nutshell, from Myers
Seeing and understanding movement patterns in your students will up-level your cueing, and your teaching. You’ll be able to be more targeted, learn how to address imbalance, and help your students feel embodied.
This quick anatomy lesson will help you understand both concepts and how they relate to stretching in yoga poses.
Feel how activating one part of your body causes a chain reaction of physical and even neurological awareness and change.
Draw energy from your root and direct it to the vissudha, so you can communicate with yourself, others, and the universe with more clarity and truth.
The stability and mobility of your hips play a big role in your posture.