It’s all about fully exhaling for the maximum release.
When we push too hard, we're prone to stress, anxiety, and exhaustion. But when we fail to apply ourselves, we may never realize our potential. In his new book, The Practice is the Path, yoga teacher Tias Little describes how to find middle ground. Plus, a pranayama practice to embody balance.
This prep pose expands your lungs so each in breath increases blood flow.
New to pranayama? This is a good place to start connecting to your breath and subtle body.
You’ll feel the resulting shift in prana all day long.
Tias Little offers advice for designing a practice to support recovery from a knee surgery to repair a meniscal tear.
You may have developed a curve in your back over time. But the good news is you can use yoga for slouching. It will help reinforce the natural curve in your back and improve your posture.
Tias Little offers advice for how flexible yogis can avoid injury.
Understanding the mechanics of your feet in yoga and the patterns in your foot health is the first step to establishing a solid foundation in your practice.