You can learn to consciously utilize muscles, like the psoas, that tend to do their own thing, and when you do, it can transform your yoga practice.
Balancing forces is particularly crucial when it comes to addressing the feeling of “tightness” many of us have in our hips.
These poses help release tension from the belly, ribs, and back. Try them before belly breathing—or any pranayama practice.
Common yoga cues intended to protect the knee during practice focus on the quadriceps, but Ray Long, MD, says they’re missing some other key muscles.
A simple, mindful big-toe adjustment can create stability in the bones, ligaments, and muscles of the feet, enhancing the mind-body connection and creating a secure foundation for safe and comfortably aligned poses.
Release workday upper crossed syndrome pain with four relaxing poses to relieve a tight and weak neck.