Yoga Audio and Videos
Get your inner glow on with gently flowing Moon Salutations.
Tara Stiles leads us through the steps to float on up into this inversion.
Tone your core and keep your spine supple with this powerful twist.
Learn the subtle alignment points that bring you total relaxation.
Moving slowly and with intention infuses your practice with a nourishing ritualistic element.
This redesign of the traditional vinyasa can be done between standing poses to ramp up the intensity of your practice. Learn to wave smoothly from your foundation, through your center, and up your spine and out to full expression, all the while protecting your low back by engaging your core.
We know that truth is relative; you can choose what you want yours to be. When you're feeling blah, it's easy to believe the negative. Why not turn that notion upside down by practicing making yourself feel as fluid and juicy as possible on the mat? Find empowerment through fluid movement—and honoring what feels right to you—in this standing flow practice.
Don't have time for an hour-long practice? No problem. In this practice, you'll do double-time and work both your upper and lower body in each pose.
This practice is all about feeling the burn, and moving toward it. You're going to fire up your lower body, fatiguing each side with Side Angle Pose and its variations, followed by twists. When your glutes and quads start screaming, embrace the sensation and play your transformative edge mindfully. Watch what happens.
Tips to get into Eka Pada Galavasana.
Integrate all the seemingly disparate parts that make up Visvamitrasana, and soar into this incredible pose.
Open your hips and extend your spine in preparation for Eka Pada Rajakapotasana IV (One-Legged King Pigeon Pose IV).
The journey to Parivrttaikapada Sirsasana (Revolved Split-Legged Headstand) will help you discover the core of your being.
Get a free track from improvisational musician Garth Stevenson's new album Flying.
Pair your practice with these songs from Alanna Kaivalya.
Stripping away the non-essential through his yoga practice.
Go behind the scenes to the photoshoot of a 2012 Talent Search winner.