Try these 5 poses to support you during late pregnancy and after giving birth
No vacation in sight? Bring some playfulness and adventure into your summer with these 8 poses.
This Brazilian-Jiu-Jitsu-inspired sequence from Yoga Journal's Live Be Yoga Tour Ambassador Cameron Allen will help you find calm during these unpredictable times.
These 11 poses help keep this track star feeling balanced, graceful, and resilient.
The three-time Olympic gold medalist's dreams for the 2020 games were derailed by injury, illness, and the global pandemic. Today, she's taking it all in stride, thanks to her yoga practice.
Expectant mamas (or anyone) can use this centering practice to relax and de-stress.
In this excerpt from her new book, Restorative Yoga for Ethnic and Race-Based Stress and Trauma, Gail Parker invites everyone, not just people of color, to consider how we can contribute to healing the traumas that arise from lived experiences associated with race.
Supercharge your spring with this fun, Ayurveda-informed, fitness-inspired sequence for finding strength, endurance, and a fresh start.
Use this practice to care for yourself and process emotions, thoughts, and sensations. Cry if you need to, laugh if you want to—so you can develop the tools you need to stay present and care for yourself and others.
Boost your creativity with asana that open your chakras and keep you aligned with the astrological seasons.
Support your body in early pregnancy with these soothing shapes.
Clear stagnation with this refreshing sequence that stimulates your lymphatic organs.
Try this empowering sequence that uses household items as props to soothe anxiety and balance your energy.
Say hello to spring and new beginnings with our best advice for decluttering, detoxing, and starting fresh.
It can be hard to feel grounded and calm in the midst of uncertainty and chaos. Here, meditations, pranayama, and asana sequences to help you let go of fear and find peace.
These 13 poses will alleviate aches and pains and support balanced movement—keeping you young at heart.
Turn to this sequence during flu, allergy and cold season.
This uplifting sequence from Nebraska-based yoga teacher Mary Clare Sweet will help you find your path when life feels chaotic and crazy.
Four yoga strategies and poses for feeling grounded, free, and loving.
From overcoming grief to nurturing self-compassion, vulnerability, and acceptance, these six essential sequences will help you listen to your heart.
This mindful vinyasa practice is just what you need.
Radical self-compassion is essential for the health and wellness of all human beings. Yoga provides a powerful way to practice it with our own bodies before practicing it with others. This flow is ideal for quickly honoring your body with both gentle movement and rest.
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.
Does your family know exactly how to push your buttons? Sneak a way for a quick flow to reconnect with your true self.
You work hard. Doesn't your body deserve a break? This chair yoga sequence is perfect for workdays—or any day.
A dynamic sequence to help you wake up and face the day.
Use this practice to find strength and empowerment in your own political path, especially when things get overwhelming.
Try this classical Sivananda Yoga sequence which is designed to help practitioners develop self-awareness through self-mastery.
Vinyasa yoga teacher Irene Pappas shares her favorite practice for building lower-body strength and stability.
Try this practice, which emphasizes joint health and offers movements that can be incorporated into your daily life, to help maintain or improve mobility and stability for healthy aging.
Old patterns can feel impossible to escape, but with practice, you can make a shift. Even a couple minutes of these techniques from yoga teacher Tatiana Forero Puerta can help to calm your sympathetic nervous system (associated with the “fight, flight, or freeze” response) and activate your parasympathetic nervous system (“rest and digest”), making transformation more possible.
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.
Time is on your side when working with back pain or disc injuries. Patience, diligence, and gentleness guide the path to safe movement. The back-care series I developed promotes range of motion, body balance, and alleviates discomfort from sitting with poor posture. Try to practice it daily, especially when you have spent prolonged periods sitting or standing.
Use this sequence to find refuge from the clutches of chronic illness.
Your yoga practice can be a therapeutic tool for managing and preventing some types of nerve pain. Yoga Medicine founder Tiffany Cruikshank explains how.
The founder of the American Viniyoga Institute shares insight on Viniyoga practices and a sequence for helping to manage addictive behavior.
Let's break down basic asana poses to focus on the foundation of your practice. Only with a strong base, is how to build a complex practice.
Get grounded and then open your heart with these two sequences from the master Ashtanga Yoga teachers.
Try Sama Vritti Pranayama (Box Breathing) when you’re stressed, anxious, or upset.
Try these alternatives to get all the same benefits without bearing weight on your hands and wrists.
Schuyler Grant, co-creator of Wanderlust and founder of Kula Yoga Project, shares her sequencing strategies for inversions.
Get deeper into your poses and stretches with a best friend or yoga partner.
Try this gentle practice of acupressure, asana, and meditation to support your healing process.
There’s a good chance you’re not working your back side as often as you should be. Here’s a home practice that will help you change that.
Along with the asanas below, you might also observe that this time calls for the setting of intentions—and deciding what is important to you.