I learned that there’s more than one way to make yoga accessible.
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Don't get up! You can practice this prop-supported sequence while lying down.
When you’re feeling scattered, turn your attention inward and find your center.
As the discussion over yoga’s place in politics and public life continues to be debated, Yoga Journal is committed to providing a platform for thoughtful conversations that grapple with how—or if—yoga practice includes space for activism. This is the first in a series of essays by yogis who have considered the matter and have an important perspective to share.
This 10-minute session from Accessible Yoga Founder Jivana Heyman will rest your eyes, relieve tension, and restore your well-being.
You can still receive the physical and mental benefits of beloved Sun Salutation from a chair. If standing is painful, difficult, or impossible, try this variation of Sun Salutation to feel more you more grounded, balanced, and at home in your body. Bonus: you can do it at your desk for a rejuvenating midday break.
I always felt that yoga offered more than a great stretch or workout. It gave me a way to connect with others and myself at the same time. You can find a bit of that feeling in this sequence.