See a 360-degree view of every muscle and structure used in each of these three Yoga poses！ Anatomy of Yoga reveals how each muscle contributes to the whole in creating each pose. Use as a visualization reference that’s always with you， or as a handy visual aid when discussing Yoga with friends， students， and classmates.
This edition of Anatomy of Yoga presents three separate asanas： the Heron pose (Krounchasana)， a variation of Marichi’s Pose (Marichyasana)， and the Seated Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana). Each beautifully-rendered pose can be rotated through 360-degrees to reveal an anatomically-correct depiction of the muscles and tendons used.
UPDATE： Now with Zoom！ Press the magnifying glass from the 360-degree view， then use pinch and drag gestures to zoom and pan.
Other volumes in the series：
- Anatomy of Yoga -Bound Angle， Firefly， and Downward-Facing Dog
- Anatomy of Yoga 2 – Plank， Crane， and Four-Limbed Staff