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Added 10 new poses!
3D Yoga Anatomy is a tool for students and teachers that ventures beyond the basic shapes of the poses, illustrating the effective forces that bring these poses to life.
• 40 essential poses with variations
• 360º view of all poses!
• Instructions for entering and deepening the poses
• Illustrates muscle actions
Some of the concepts discussed include: “Foundation”, “How long to stay in Asanas?”, “Flexibility vs. Range of Motion”, “Synergy”, as well as “Safety” and much more. A dedicated section of the app deals with deep muscles such as the Iliopsoas and the Rhomboids.
learn more at: yogaanatomyapp.com
or try it for free under “Related” above.
This app is very detailed, wonderfully made. I wish they had more poses but overall a great app!
Please add plough pose
Add more poses quickly please
This 3D anatomy app is a wonderful and much needed addition to my yoga training library. It breaks down each pose structure with the muscle group and gives Sanskrit & English names. The illustrations are helpful also. Great source.
I needed an ap that would show details of which muscles each yoga pose hits. 3d yoga is great for that. I also find good value in the way you can fluently turn the posing character to see exactly how things should be held.. Such as whether or not my head should be up or down, or if my hands should be inward facing or outward. Very insightful. Glad I purchased this ap.
Great display of muscles used. Not worth the $3.99 I paid for it. 20 poses, most fairly difficult.
Having recently had back surgery I'm focused on specific muscles. The anatomical view of each posture is a great visual aid to help me be aware of which muscles come in to play with each posture.
I really like this app, id really it to include all asanas.
I have never written a review because most apps are just ok. This is a fantastic application. As a yoga teacher it is exactly what I have been looking for. This app seems to be in its early stages and is already such a gem! Can't wait to see what is in store for this.
I find this indispensable and hope to see more poses added soon!
The app does a good job of explaining which muscles are used and how, the 3D models are clunky and hard to manipulate though. Also, only some of the muscles are actually shown.
This is a good app and the muscles color codes are helpful. However, it lacks many postures.
A wonderful reference tool, although all the fundamental asanas are there, more could be included...
This app is a great way of seeing which muscles are being stretched. [obviously] but it really helps to pick which pose[s] is best to work on.
Has potential but very limited number of poses. Would not purchase again.
There's a limited number of poses, more for advanced students or teachers. It would also be nice to be able to select a muscle and see poses involving it. I'll update to five stars with the addition of more poses. The app does render limited poses there are quite nicely, with the ability to rotate the figure horizontally (vertically would show more, as would deeper muscle indicators). Don't take your Anatomy of Yoga book out of your bag, this won't come close to a comprehensive summary.
Very cool app just not enough poses for the $$.
These are beautiful visuals of the musculature! I plan to use this to help my dance students better understand the anatomy of their muscles. As always, I wish there was a good picture of the psoas! Students have a hard time visualizing this muscle and I have a hard time showing it to them! But what is on this app is very useful!
Simply stated and helpful for people who don't think beyond the skin. Not overly detailed, but works for a quick review.
Good potential to be a useful app, but currently only supports a few poses; not very useful for me. I would like money back if possible.
The app has a few of the basic poses, but very little useful information. Not worth the money! Worst $1.99 I've so far in the App Store.
I was at first really excited about this app, but then pretty disappointed once I opened it. What it does, it does well -- showing the muscles in the body in a particular yoga asana. But it shows only a very limited number of poses, and only 3 or 4 muscles are identified in each of those views, even though you can spin the image 360. There seems to be no other way to interact with the app. This is an inspired idea, but a very limited execution in the app. Too bad.
Good general info for major muscle groups used in poses. Also a nice reference for proper form.
Cool app but not terribly informative and not many poses.
Wonderful app! Used it to identify which muscles I was stretching during my yoga stretches.
Small print. not very helpful . needs depth .
Love the app
Accurate and thorough....cool beans!
Informative and helpful
The 3D illustrations are well-defined and the explanation of which mm are stretching and which contracting great. I expected there to be more than 15-20 poses listed, though!
I just downloaded this app 48 hours ago, and have spent perhaps an hour using it. The images are clear and are a very good representation of each yoga pose. I am an amateur yogi and appreciate the understanding that the images give me. Developers: please continue adding poses, and maybe in the future some of the more common mudras. Thank you.
The simplicity of this product is fantastic!
More poses please!! Love the app!
This app is good for learning the major muscle groups working during some poses. It would be great if it had more poses!
Wanting to brush up on anatomy and focus that knowledge in a practical way is why I bought this app... and it's okay for that. It really only shows muscle groups that are stretching and contracting in the diagram. It does have a menu that lists the individual muscles more specifically but I had to get out my anatomy textbook to remember which muscles are part of which groups. However if you just want an app that shows generally which muscles should be your focus for stretching and contracting in some of the most practiced yoga poses this app may be great for you (although the library of poses is relatively small).
Great app, but need more poses! More poses please!
Not very many poses. And I would like to see all the muscles being used. Not just a few. No way to learn the other muscles if they aren't shown. A list of names is only useful if we know where the corresponding muscle is.
Please add more poses! Love the Sanskrit and views. Just want to see more!
Cool but not worth it!
Super awesome. Love it. Can't wait for more poses to be added! Great job guys
This app would be worth the $$ if there were more that 15 poses. A bit disappointing.
Worth every penny to understand what muscles are in use during the yoga.
Pretty cool app just wanted to start doing some morning stretches
YogaAnatomy is great. It helps you achieve more efficient results and it is very user friendly. App shows exactly which muscles are being used and its wonderful 3-D images shows user the correct form; which is very helpful.
This app is very good
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