And you thought you knew all the ways to transition out of this traditional yoga pose.
The yoga industry has exclusivity and affordability issues. A new payment model may help.
Yes, we have valuable information to share. But sometimes less is more.
The days to come will be a deeply spiritual, intuitive, and healing time that invites us to go inward and explore our innermost knowing.
Yes, the most chaotic place on the planet is exactly the right place for yoga.
Several organizations are uniting and reminding us how to turn intention into action.
As the Sun enters the sign of Cancer, trust your emotions and intuition to lead you toward those moments and experiences and connections that bring you fulfillment.
Feeling stuck in a sequencing rut? These unexpected yet graceful transitions will change that.
The full Moon illuminates our shadows and allows us, if we're willing, to explore the depths of who we are and the fullness of our potential.
The spiritual sign of Sagittarius brings illuminations of all sorts during the full Moon as the Sun in Gemini brings a playful attention to self.
You know how some cues help you experience a pose in an entirely different way? This advice from some of our favorite teachers will do exactly that.
Saturn in retrograde reminds us that our everyday decisions are not without significance—and offers us the awareness to reach beyond what holds us back.
As Mercury goes direct and Saturn retrograde begins, we find ourselves able to understand the truth of a situation rather than our projections and illusions.
The end of Mercury retrograde reminds us that while change is constant, our resistance to it is optional.
In the quiet stillness of a moonless night, it can be easier to hear and understand your own truth.
Here's how to align your practice with the Moon.
As Mercury transits into Taurus, we're gifted glimpses of our true self—and the poise to step out of the past and into our potential.
A yoga teacher shares how she intuits subtle physical and emotional revelations before class has even begun.
Your wrists will thank you.
No strap? No block? No bolster? No problem.
Ever follow a cue from a teacher but wonder why? Our experts have the answer.
Whether you've just graduated yoga teacher training or have been leading classes for years, you still need to practice in order to evolve. Here's how.
The energies leading up to the full Moon in Scorpio and continue vibe of Mercury retrograde nudge you to see yourself more truthfully and move past who you were to step into who you are.
Here's how to take your arm balance even deeper into your body and your bandhas.
Pranidhi Varshney confronts "the motherhood penalty" and its implications for her career and her children—and explains why she wouldn't have it any other way.
This month invites you to unprecedented levels of self-awareness—although what you do with that requires a delicate balance of effort and ease.
This rare astrological occurrence, which takes place April 29 and 30, amplifies your intentions.
The new Moon, Pluto retrograde, and Venus and Jupiter conjunct are asking us to surrender the stories of who we thought we were or should be.
You don’t necessarily get rid of fear. But you can learn how to overcome it. Instagram's @upsidedownmama explains.
As the Sun shifts into the pleasure-loving Earth sign of Taurus, it's a time to revel in the things that make you feel comforted and grounded.
This language misstep can have a tremendous effect on your students' practice.
After the worst of your pain is behind you, these moves will help you return to your practice with confidence.
Remember: Your faith is stronger than your fear.
Spoiler Alert: It's not what you think.
We are being drawn to explore what it means to be whole before asking another to do our work for us.
You have the power to make impactful changes in your life and your community.
A full-time yoga teacher trainer explains why the thing that everyone seems to worry about actually isn't a concern at all.
Don’t get up! With these variations, you can experience yoga in a more supported manner—perfect for those days when you are lacking energy but still want to practice.
Some lessons come only with experience. But there are other universal truths that can be useful to know sooner rather than later. (Also, humor helps.) Jack Workman explains.
The planetary influences ask you to respond to chances, changes, and challenges leading with your most authentic self.
Sometimes less is more, even in yoga.
Even when you're doing what you love, there are days when you're simply too exhausted to bring your best to the mat. Here's what you can do.
Feeling restless? The first new Moon of the astrological year might be responsible. Here's how to harness that energy to align with your highest life.
During this Aries season, the invitation is to remain true to both yourself and your awareness.
Let these yoga poses remind you what it's like to hold yourself with both strength and ease.
The new Moon in Aries brings the self-awareness and momentum needed to take yourself further than you'd ever imagined.
Sitting still can be challenging, even for experienced yoga teachers. Practicing this short stretching sequence beforehand can bring some ease to it.
The beginning of Aries season and the spring equinox encourage us to summon our courage and forge a new way forward.
Step one: Get out of your own way.
An exploration of the intention behind an anatomically incorrect instruction.
lluminate your playful side with a practice to remind you of your strength and grace.
On those days when dragging yourself out of bed feels pretty momentous, yoga—slow, steady, and supported—can help.
With the full Moon in Virgo and the beginning of the astrological year in Aries, life's about to get good.
The narrative of a powerful class lies not just in the postures, but also in the progression. Here's how to honor those in-between moments.
You cannot make everyone happy, nor should you try.
Just because it's a backbend doesn't mean all the work should be in your spine.