Best Yoga Anatomy Book

1. Anatomy of Yoga: An Instructor’s Inside Guide to Improving Your Poses (2018): Written by experienced yoga instructor and physical therapist James W. Murphy, this book is the perfect guide to understand the anatomy of yoga and learn how to improve your poses. It explores the anatomy of each pose, how to modify them to fit each individual’s needs, and how to make them more effective.

2. Yoga Anatomy (2010): Written by renowned anatomy and yoga expert Leslie Kaminoff, this book provides a detailed look at the anatomy of yoga and how it relates to the practice. It features full-color illustrations and diagrams, as well as information on the science of yoga and the latest research.

3. The Key Poses of Yoga: Scientific Keys, Volume I (2005): Written by Ray Long, MD and Chris Macivor, this book is the first in a series of anatomy-based yoga books. It focuses on the anatomy of specific poses and how they can be used to improve your practice. It includes detailed illustrations and descriptions of each pose, as well as instructions on how to get the most out of each pose.

4. Yoga Anatomy-2nd Edition (2018): This book by Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews is an updated version of the classic book on yoga anatomy. It provides a comprehensive overview of the anatomy of yoga, from the bones and muscles to the energetic aspects of the practice. It also includes information on how to use anatomy to improve your practice.

5. Yoga Posture Adjustments and Assisting: An Insightful Guide for Yoga Teachers and Students (2016): Written by yoga teacher and anatomy teacher Mark Stephens, this book is a comprehensive guide to yoga assisting and posture adjustments. It includes detailed instructions and illustrations on how to adjust poses to make them safer and more effective. It’s a great resource for teachers and students alike.