One of the main focuses of the Ashtanga class is helping students learn and master the various body poses. Students will learn the basic asana which are the foundation blocks to build on. The asana has been designed for students to move comfortably and stand up straight. Asana also helps students to experience physical strength and confidence.
Full-Body Poses Deviation
Full-Body Poses Deviation should contain only ONE pose. If there are multiple versions of the pose, they should all be posted in the Multiple Positions folder. The pose can be in any stance, any angle, however they must all be fully in the drawing.
The drawing of the Ashtanga class poses should also focus on the internalized meaning of the action lines. The Ashtanga teacher may draw the body poses in a specific order or sequence, but it should always be based on the internalized meaning of the poses themselves. Asana practitioners want to experience the power of the body as a whole, not just a bunch of parts. When drawing the Ashtanga body poses, you want to make sure that the internalized meaning of the poses is clearly seen.
The next tip is to add details to your poses. For example, instead of making the legs look straight and short, draw the legs in a V or semi-circular motion. It is important to add details to the outside of the human body to really bring the subject into focus. In addition, it is important to remember not to draw the internal organs of the human body into the pose. These internal organs are already detailed in the pose, so why add details to them?
Another tip for Ashtanga teacher drawing dynamic poses is to remember to only use simple, symbolic elements. The dynamic poses are meant to be felt and lived, and many times this means using simple symbolic imagery or no symbolic imagery at all. In terms of drawing the Ashtanga dynamic poses, you can have a nice big piece of paper and draw the pose on one side with a symbolic element representing the action. For example, if you are in the Sun Salutation, you can take a large sun picture and cut out a horizontal line down the middle.
The final tip is to practice basic and dynamic poses over. This is another way to draw the Ashtanga class poses correctly. You can spend an hour or so practicing the basic and dynamic poses, and then spend another half an hour or so doing the detailed poses. The more you practice the more comfortable you will become with drawing the Ashtanga class poses correctly. This will increase your flexibility and your skill.
The bottom line is that you can easily draw the Ashtanga poses yourself if you are willing to put some time into learning how to do them correctly. If you do not feel confident drawing the poses on your own, you can find as many pictures online as you need to get started. Once you start learning how to draw the Ashtanga poses you can apply these same techniques to other areas of drawing the body. You can add details to faces and create new shapes to existing figures. The best part about drawing the body poses is that you can do this all from the comfort of your home.