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3D Yoga Anatomy

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

A yoga app designed to show you which muscles are being used

3D Yoga Anatomy

by Body Culture
3D Yoga Anatomy
3D Yoga Anatomy
$9.99 in the App Store

A yoga app designed to show you which muscles are being used.

What is it about?

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.

For those who...

  • It’s for those who practice yoga and want to focus on specific areas of the body.

Not for those who...

  • The app is limited in poses, and doesn’t includes any pre-designed classes.

Why we love it

If you want to get the most out of your yoga poses, this is the app for you. It’s even great for yoga instructors who want to explain what brings the poses to life.

App Screenshots

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App Details

Version
3.0
Rating
(331)
Size
968Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
June 10, 2015
Release date
September 25, 2012
More info

3D Yoga Anatomy is $9.99 but there are more add-ons

  • $4.99

    Full 3D - 40 Pose Bundle

App Store Description

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.

Features:

• 40 essential poses with variations

• 360º view of all poses!

• Instructions for entering and deepening the poses

• Illustrations of muscle actions

• "Full 3D" feature allows 3D viewing of all 40 poses. "Full 3D" is available as an in-app purchase.


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.