But don’t call it lazy yoga.
Here are some inspired ideas to help you adapt your yoga practice if your Stanabhara (Sanskrit for breast weight) requires adjustments.
If you have MS, try these five yoga poses and variations to improve balance, walking and coordination, according to a new study.
When you feel strong from within, it changes everything.
You love your family dearly. But they can have a way of making you feel like you're 10 again. Yoga can help.
Grab some pillows and try these pre-slumber asanas between the sheets.
Tired of Boat Pose? You need to try Lolasana.
No matter where you are in your practice, these fundamental postures provide you with everything you need.
Garudasana is never easy. But with these instructions, prep poses, and variations, you will find it easier.
Wrists aching? Feeling like you're about to collapse? Here's everything you need to know to fix that.
Forearm Plank replaces sit-ups as their go-to exercise for building strong abs.
If you’ve moved on to “advanced” yoga poses, don’t forget the ones that got you there. Keeping strong foundational poses in your repertoire helps you strengthen your asana practice.
These asanas offer an opportunity to practice bringing satya—truthfulness—to your yoga and your life.
Because sometimes settling down takes more than a dark room and chamomile tea.
They look so very simple, but these asanas challenge your body and your mind.
These poses give you all the strength and stretch of standing poses with the support of your chair.
Honor your unique shape with these variations designed to keep you comfortable.
Feeling stuck in a sequencing rut? These unexpected yet graceful transitions will change that.
Perhaps the solution to sustained attention is to stop trying so hard. Science supports this approach.
We know you love your hip openers. But it's easy to overdo a good thing. Here's how to find that elusive balance of stretching and strengthening.
Camilla Marcus, founder of west~bourne, shares her pro tips and tricks for making eco-friendly actions part of your everyday life.
"Everything I have Googled assumes one can already balance," writes one of our readers. Here's our advice for when balance doesn't come naturally.
Weight-bearing poses can wreak havoc on your wrists. Try these alternatives for the same benefits without the strain.
A little stretching can go a long way.
Because there's more to life than hip openers.
Step away from the computer.
In need of some rest and recovery? This sequence can help you release tension and find space in your body (and mind).
Here's how to get the most out of your own restorative practices.
Trina Altman shares how she uses simple, playful exercises to break down complicated asanas into manageable components.
The prop you never even knew you needed can transform how you (and your students) find alignment.
Yes, it is possible to get rid of that (super) annoying bloating.
If you're notoriously bad at relaxing, these calming poses will help you release *everything.*
Suddenly, your practice just became a lot stronger (literally).
Ever feel as airy and unstable as leaves swirling in the wind? That's your vata dosha out of balance. This slow yoga practice will help settle your energy and bring you back to calm.
All the poses, transitions, and anatomy know-how you need for your most successful attempt yet—whether you're taking class or teaching it.
This 15-minute flow will help you feel more stable, grounded, and ready to take on the world.
This watery full moon on September 20 is all about releasing your past and flowing into the self you have always wanted to be.
Never thought you’d ever be able to hit these peak poses? Sarah Ezrin shows you how.
These are the poses all yogis should be practicing regularly—regardless of experience.
When it comes to yoga for runners, the right poses can prep you for a great run and help you feel aces after.
Barely able to come into Butterfly? These stretches will help you find relief.
Feeling tired yet still wired at the end of the day? Settle into this gentle yoga sequence so you can get a good night's sleep.