The Power of Precision

This video from our upcoming online course Vinyasa 101: The Fundamentals of Flow reveals how one student with scoliosis corrected her hypermobility and deepened her practice by strengthening her understanding of alignment. Watch now.


Game Changers: Yoga in Action

Join Seane Corn and Off the Mat, Into the World for a three-day experience of yoga, embodied transformational work and inner study, and training in cultural awareness and social justice. Create change—starting from the inside out.


How Often Should You Practice Yoga?

Eddie Modestini, a longtime student of K. Pattabhi Jois and B.K.S. Iyengar, who will lead Yoga Journal’s upcoming online course, Vinyasa 101: The Fundamentals of Flow, reveals how often you should roll out your mat if you want to become a “serious” yogi.

Ask the Expert: Is There a Vegetarian “Bone” Broth?

Learn vegans and vegetarians can reap similar nutritional benefits for bones, teeth, tissues, and organs as fans of bone broth enjoy.

Yoga for Teens: 9 Poses to Beat Back-to-School Jitters

While anxiety is natural, experts say certain yoga postures can relieve students’ first-day nerves. Start school stress-free.

Find Your Inner Child: Meditation Through Coloring

Looking for a new way to meditate? Pick up a box of crayons. Coloring books for grownups are trending, and now there’s one especially for yogis.

Vinyasa 101: 3 Lessons I Learned From K. Pattabhi Jois

Eddie Modestini, a longtime student of K. Pattabhi Jois, shares 3 key lessons he learned from the founder of Ashtanga Yoga.

Target Tight + Weak Spots: A New Way To Do Bow Pose

Alexandria Crows teaches Bow Pose in her “new, backwards way,” to target all the tight and weak places that might be holding you back.