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Because you shouldn't have to suffer through class.
We know you love your hip openers. But it's easy to overdo a good thing. Here's how to find that elusive balance of stretching and strengthening.
Loosen up those tight hips—and let go of whatever you’re holding onto—with this short sequence.
After the worst of your pain is behind you, these moves will help you return to your practice with confidence.
Spoiler Alert: It's not what you think.
Through yoga, I have learned that I can be balanced and graceful, even with a curved spine.
These exercises can help you build a supportive structure for your yoga practice—or any other pursuit.
Weight-bearing poses can wreak havoc on your wrists. Try these alternatives for the same benefits without the strain.
These gentle yoga postures stretch your IT band and the surrounding muscles, reducing pain and discomfort.
Just because it's a backbend doesn't mean all the work should be in your spine.
A little stretching can go a long way.
Trust us, it sparks joy.
The case for keeping it simple.
You can't avoid sadness and trauma, but your practice can help you move from pain to peace.
Because there's more to life than hip openers.
Step away from the computer.
The relief you feel after moving through these five postures will astound you.
Having a tricky time with Bow Pose? Take what you know from Bridge and Camel and change your relationship to gravity. Here's how.
“Going deeper” into your pose has nothing to do with how it looks.
When was the last time you gave thanks for your ability to move through your yoga practice?
Yes, it is possible to get rid of that (super) annoying bloating.
It's time to find your center. This practice for the full moon brings you back to your truest source of strength and stability—you.
Just as it’s essential for archers to know how to string their bows, it’s important for yogis to learn how to properly engage their bodies in Bow Pose.
No more awkwardly waiting in Child's Pose while everyone else in class makes their way through warmups.
The steadiness you'll gain in this practice will connect you to all aspects of your core—beyond just your muscles.
Suddenly, your practice just became a lot stronger (literally).