Daily Yoga Poses

Daily Yoga Poses

Anterior Tibial

The anterior tibialis muscle is a superficial muscle located at the font of the lower leg. It originates at the upper lateral part of the tibia and inserts into the cuneiform and first metatarsal bone of the foot.

Its main job is to dosiflex (pull toes back) and invert the foot. This muscle is usually quite tender to massage. It’s a good place to massage if you’re looking to rejuvenate your legs from walking and you are looking for more energy.


The peroneus muscles are a group of three superficial muscles, (longus, brevis and tertius) that all originate on the fibula and insert onto the metatarsals in the foot. Their main job is to dorsiflex (toes pulled back) or planter flex (toes pointing away) the foot and externally rotate the foot.

Asanas (Postures) for Winter

The main aim with the winter asana practices is to open the bladder channel on the back, strengthen and tone the muscles in the back of the body and tone the deep muscles in the hips. Below are some asanas that achieve this aim

Incorporate these postures into your asana practice during winter to stimulate and nourish the kidneys and the bladder.

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