Being upside down can shift how we view the world—literally and figuratively.
Many yoga instructors tell students to “anchor the sitting bones” in seated twists. But the key to healthy twisting is moving your pelvis.
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Many yoga teachers and students find Down Dog uncomfortable because they hold a fundamentally flawed understanding of how the shoulder joint moves.
Nixing neck rolls can actually help you relieve tension in your cervical spine.
How to maintain an optimal (natural!) spinal curve to breathe better, stand taller, and sit longer—on and off your meditation cushion.
An increased awareness of the effects of gravity can help you figure out which muscles to use and which to release in order to move more deeply and more safely into a pose.
In this dharma "talk," Judith Hanson Lasater delves into the paradox of santosha.
Impermanence is the truth of life. Embracing it in our most basic daily activities can be the key to everyday ease.
Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, gives advice on asanas for people suffering from emphysema.
If you're having difficulty meditating because of back pain, you could be sitting incorrectly.