10 Most Popular Yoga Sequences of 2015
YJ Editor | Dec 18, 2015
From poses for your booty to your crown (chakra), your practice choices this year were diverse. Revisit our top 10
asana sequences from 2015 to see what you might have missed.
10. 30-Minute Prep for Mindful Meditation
The Home Practice in the magazine's March 2015 issue featured this 17-pose sequence to clear your mind and help you achieve a meditative state through the breath.
Get ready to get quiet.
9. 8 Best Poses for the Core
In June, YogaJournal.com's regular contributors
Two Fit Moms offered readers the kind of sequence we all love to hate—their top poses for the core. Get stronger to stand taller.
7. 10-Minute Sequence to Ease Back Pain
Low-back pain hits most of us at some point. And the Home Practice in the magazine's May 2015 issue was all about easing it and preventing it.
Get in the routine of stretching.
5. 13 Poses to Break Bad Habits
In the February 2015 issue, Tommy Rosen and Kia Miller offered a
Kundalini Yoga kriya to help you discover your own strength and willpower. Kick bad habits for good.
4. 7 Poses to Release Trauma
In June, YJ LIVE! presenter
Colleen Saidman Yee offered YJ readers a sequence of poses from her new memoir, Yoga for Life. Focusing on body parts that commonly hold anxiety and trauma, this sequence promises to help you let go. Try it.
3. 7 Poses to Firm + Tone Glutes for a Stronger Practice
In the magazine's May 2015 issue, yoga teacher Leslie Howard offered this 7-pose sequence for a strong, balanced backside and safer practice.
Get more familiar with your greatest asset.
2. 8 Poses to Strengthen Your Wrists + Prevent Injury
In the magazine's May 2015 issue, Ray Long, MD, let vinyasa practitioners in on the surprising key to preventing wrist injury.
Learn how to protect your wrists.