Chest openers, anyone? Upward-Facing Dog and Cobra stretch the chest, while Bow Pose and Camel stretch the entire front of the body.
Blow off some steam, wake up your face, and lighten up your practice in silly Simhasana.
Take a leap of faith into Hanumanasana or Monkey Pose, named for a figure in Hindu mythology who did just that. And when faith doesn't get you all the way there, practice will.
Breasts are intimately connected to a woman’s overall well-being and heart, yet proactive tips for keeping breast tissue healthy are scarce. Fortunately, your yoga practice can help.
This challenging yet accessible variation of Salabhasana uses a strap to integrate upper body and lower body for a more exhilarating and expansive experience.
Practice these backbends and inversions for increased flexibility and strength and feel the freedom of greater range of motion in your chest and shoulders.
This minor muscle is a major player in backbends. Expand it—and its web of connective tissue—for greater range of motion in your chest and back.
Upward-Facing Dog (Urdhva Mukha Svanasana) is a pose that is commonly performed incorrectly. Here's the right way to do it.
Lord of the Dance Pose (Natarajasana) requires foundation, stability, concentration, flexibility, and balanced action -- everything you need as you set out to achieve your goals for the New Year.
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana II