Sensational Yoga Poses

Yoga for smart People?
by: Neil Keleher

To truly understand your body you have to be able to feel it so that you can experience it. With understanding you can fix problems, whether it is muscle or joint pain, a lack of flexibility or strength, an inability to be present.

If you can't fix the problem then you don't have enough understanding or the right understanding.

So you need more experience to build your understanding.

Smart phones are smart because they can sense your touch and respond to it in different ways.

When it comes to physical movement and yoga poses, you can become a smarter person by noticing sensations generated by your muscles and responding to them intelligently.

This is how you can experience your body. This is how you learn to understand it.

With understanding based on experience you'll find it easier to fix problems, improve strength, flexibility, coordination, or simply find it easier to "be present" in your own body.

More Index

Getting Started


Poor Posture

How to Learn

Breath Control, a Muscle Motor Control Practice

Better Stability for Better Control

Joint Stabilization

Muscle Control (aka muscle motor control)

Muscle Control and Proprioception Video Workshops

These programs are also available as packages. You can find out more about those using the links below:

Adjusting Tension

Proprioception and Coordination (And Body Awareness)


Yoga, Consciousness, Time and Space

The Dance of Shiva

Yoga Poses Basics

Yoga Pose Categories

Ashtanga Yoga

Sun Salutations

Primary Series Poses

Meridian Stretches

Yoga for Strengthening

Arm and Upper Body Strengthening

Leg Strengthening

Yoga for Flexibility

General Guidelines and Techniques for Improving Flexibility

Stretching Routines

Leg Stretching (including Feet and Ankles)

Leg, Hip and Lower Back Stretching

Arm and Shoulder Stretching

(And Body Awareness)


Balancing On One Foot

Hand Balancing, Inversions and Other Weird Balancing Positions

Yoga Anatomy
(Biomechanics is Built In)

Arm (including shoulder and elbow), Spine and Torso, anatomy for Breath Control, Pelvic Region (including SI Joints and Lumbar), Leg Anatomy (including hip, knee and foot)

Shoulder, Elbow and Arm

Torso and Spine

Anatomy for Breath Control

Pelvis, SI Joints, and Low Back

Hip Knee and Leg