In the final part of Dawn's anatomy series we take a closer look at the cervical spine and create more mobility in the neck and shoulders.
Anatomy of the spine - the neck
In the third instalment of this anatomy series, we move a little further up the body to the thoracic spine - the upper back. We look at why mobility is so important here and how we can do a little eac...
Anatomy of the spine - the upper back
In the second of her anatomy series, Dawn looks at how fascia and the breath support our structure and moves up the spine to explore the T12 area.
Anatomy of the spine - connected by the waist
In this 4-part series, Dawn Meredith-Davies takes us on a tour of the spine and our internal anatomy connected to it. First up - the lower back.
Anatomy of the spine - the lower back
Dawn dives underneath the surface and explores how other elements of yoga's realm can help to ease tension.
Meridians, anatomy trains and music
You don't need to know the names of all the muscles and bones to practise yoga but being familiar with some basic terms can help. If you don’t have a...
A beginners' guide to anatomy terms
Have you ever wondered what is actually happening in postures like Seated Side Stretch, Gate pose or Revolved Head-to-Knee pose?
Anatomy of the side body stretch
The core is what supports us; it’s connected to our vital life force.....
Anatomy of the core
Learn about the anatomy of the female pelvis and how yoga can help us to strengthen and stretch the muscles that support and surround it.
The female pelvis and yoga
Jennilee Toner explores the anatomy and biomechanics of the knee joint and teaches us how to safely navigate yoga postures.
How to keep your knees safe in yoga
Jennilee takes us through the anatomy of the shoulders and how we can apply this knowledge to keep us safe in our yoga practice.
Our complicated shoulders and Chaturanga Dandasana
A tight piriformis is one of the major causes of sciatic pain. We look at the anatomy of the hip and which yoga poses can help.
The Piriformis - the little muscle causing trouble
Hips are often an area of tightness in our bodies, whether from spending a lot of time sitting or from doing a lot of sports like running or cycling.
Yoga hip openers