Frustrating as it can be, Parsvottanasana is key for increasing hamstring and shoulder flexibility. Learn how to work it.
Natural remedies can help with managing your PMS symptoms. By making sure you are eating healthy and getting enough sleep, you won't have to reach for the pill bottle to relieve your symptoms.
Calming techniques taught in fertility yoga classes support women on the path to pregnancy.
Prasarita Padottanasana is not only the perfect prep for standing poses but for your cool-down, too.
Help your third-trimester students use yoga to ease physical discomfort and prepare for labor.
Help your students get the most out of their practice during these middle months.
While neck rolls and stretches can be great for calming stressed students, they're not safe for everyone. Here, discover the two things you should be wary about, and how to teach yoga exercises for the neck safely to your students.
If you teach yoga regularly, you will have a pregnant student in your class at some point. Learn what to do to encourage a healthy first trimester.
Therapists are catching on to what yogis have always known: Yoga for anxiety is one of the best ways to ease your mind. Melanie Haiken talks about how yoga has helped her overcome anxiety.
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An excellent facilitator of good pelvic floor health, Garland Pose, called Malasana in Sanskrit, stretches the ankles, groins, and back while stimulating proper digestion. No worries if your heels don't reach the floor—simply rest them on a folded blanket.