Try this gentle practice of acupressure, asana, and meditation to support your healing process.
We found three yogis who are destigmatizing abortion and creating healing spaces for those who have experienced medically induced pregnancy loss.
Ayurvedic practitioner and holistic health coach Sahara Rose shares her best advice for avoiding an upset stomach and keeping your immune system strong when traveling.
Set the stage for stronger digestive fire with this essential kitchen practice.
Sip on this tonic before meals to help your gut process what you eat and leave no toxins behind.
If you feel a certain way, you may have excess ama, which literally translates to “toxic sludge.”
Ayurveda offers a surprising way to beat stress and find balance.
A vigorous marma scalp scrub can enliven you, move lymph, and even help you get a better night's rest.
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John Douillard breaks down the science on the mind-body connection and how to let go of emotional baggage weighing you down.
They're effective on their own, but when you combine them, your energy shifts—and it happens fast!
Psychedlics are having a moment. Psychiatrists are administering magic mushrooms in medical centers while yogis host ceremonies with psychoactive tea. This resurgence in research and recreational use may have something to teach us about spiritual enlightenment. Here, we explore the potential role of psychedelics within a yoga practice or as therapeutic treatment.
Your Diet and Hormones Are More Connected Than You Think—Here’s How to Balance Them Naturally with Food
A hormone-balancing diet requires healthy digestion, stable sugar levels and a well-functioning liver. Let us show you how to get back in balance naturally.
Enjoy your postmenopausal years by caring for yourself and continuing a steady yoga practice.
Conceiving a child is a miracle. This Kundalini practice rebalances the second chakra for the possibility of conception.
Many women have found that yoga, including restorative and supportive poses, can ameliorate the undesirable side effects of menopause, including hot flashes and more.
Yoga can help teenagers be more at peace with their bodies and hear the messages of their own heart more clearly.