Bony landmarks are prominent, identifiable places on bones. There are many of them, but we'll start with some important ones of the scapula and pelvis. Once you learn them, find them on yourself or someone else. Then look at where the landmark moves when you move your arm or your pelvis. More on that later.
The idea of this blog is to share a little bit at a time. There are lots of good anatomy-related blogs, but many of them have so much information and detail that it can be overwhelming. My goal with this blog is to share things that I teach in yoga teacher training anatomy sessions. We'll build knowledge with accessible content and begin to integrate it into yoga postures and skills for practice and teaching. I hope you find it helpful.
A student at heart, Jen is passionate about learning and sharing what she has learned to empower yoga students and teachers. Jen is a physical therapist, yoga therapist, and yoga teacher. She teaches at Kindness Yoga and practices physical therapy at Vernon Physical Therapy & Wellness.