“Previously a lot of human anatomy was based on human cadavers and dissection of dead people.”

“But modern understanding of human anatomy has moved on a lot.”

“There has been masses of research done on movement, for example using electrodes to watch how muscles fire, or having people do movements in MRI machines.”

“In the last few years we have learned so much about how our human bodies operate.”

“For me personally the biggest a-ha moment in anatomy was realising that – first off – everybody is different.”

“All the literature tends to make it seem like everybody is the same.”

“And we are not just different from each other, we are different on different sides, or in different parts of our bodies, or different at different times of day.”

“So being in tune and listening to your body as to where you are at in each moment is an awesome thing.”

To share more of his wisdom, Adrian has created the course that he wishes he had when he was learning anatomy.

The all-new ‘Applied Yoga Anatomy’ Course is on Tuesdays 6pm-8.30pm from the 11th January.

What you’ll get
· Experiential exploration, using your own skeleton as a guide
· Learning why movement is medicine
· Appreciation of body awareness for self and others
· Understanding of what pain is and how to work constructively with it
· The reasons why simple yoga can be super-effective

It’s not going to involve
· Dull lectures
· Lists of muscle names
· Outdated cadaver science
· Hard yoga poses

Join Adrian live on Zoom on Tuesday evenings 6pm-8.30pm, or catch up on recordings after.

This is suitable for people with some yoga experience who want to deepen their knowledge. 

Your investment in understanding the miracle and magic of your own body in movement: £99 regular price (£49 for “All the Yogas” members).

Get your name on the list here