Turn to this sequence during flu, allergy and cold season.
It's the perfect release following an energetic yoga flow.
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They're effective on their own, but when you combine them, your energy shifts—and it happens fast!
“For long-term yoga teachers and practitioners, sankalpa (intention) is naturally moving away from individually focused goals of self-discovery, mastering advanced poses, and transformational yogic pilgrimages, and turning toward community-oriented support.”
Whether you’re heading out of town for July 4th or a longer summer getaway, travel isn’t all kicking back with a book the way it was when you were a kid. The good news is, these ayurvedic tips can help balance your body and mind so you can fully enjoy each moment of your downtime.
Here are 3 self-care practices to cleanse and rejuvenate the body for spring from Larissa Hall Carlson, co-leader of Yoga Journal's online course, Ayurveda 101.
If you’re feeling congested, this sequence of twists, sidebends, inversions, and heart-opening backbends can help clear your lungs and brighten your mind.
These twisting, folding, wide-legged poses aim to provide enough challenge to satisfy any desire for deep stretching, while simultaneously relaxing the body and refreshing the mind.
Explore these meditative, grounding postures to ease tension, replenish juiciness, and invite lasting serenity.
Try these 15 soothing poses to get rid of all that tension you’re carrying around.