Our writer spent a day with Annie Carpenter at YJ LIVE! and came away with a newfound respect for her feet. Use this sequence as your owner’s manual.
Got low back pain? Adopt these three slow, subtle yoga strategies from Tias Little to get more relief out of each practice.
Understanding the anatomy of the spine is essential for both yoga teachers and practitioners. Injury-proof your practice with these three key tips.
Maintaining a feeling of youth, even as you age, requires a flexible spine. Try this sequence to open your back and shoulders.
In order to stay agile as you age, make forward bends, backbends, and twists a regular part of your practice. Start here.
This sequence emphasizes moving safely into backbends that open the heart and shoulders and challenge balance.
NASA rocket scientist/yoga teacher Scott Lewicki balances a highly technical day job with creativity on the mat. Use this innovative practice to find new space in often forgotten muscles.
Just in time for summer, here are Two Fit Moms' top 8 yoga poses to work the core.
Do you have open hips? While that might let you get into advanced postures, too much range of motion can actually work against you. Here are 3 steps to go from hypermobility to stability.
YJ LIVE! presenter Rolf Gates walks us through the nuances of designing a 7-part yoga sequence that touches on each of the seven chakras.
Use these five practices invoking Lakshmi to ignite your inner spark, find your radiant power of grace, and feel the ocean of abundance within you.
Release tension and pain by working with your tissue. Bo Forbes shows you how to target hotspots in the shoulders and lower back.
Use these heart-opening poses to synchonize your yoga practice with the energy of the special pink full moon and lunar eclipse.
Once you understand the anatomy, you can delve into making its parts work together more intelligently. Here, Tiffany Cruikshank teaches how to fire all its muscles at once.
Get to know the anatomy and better understand the actions of your body's most vulnerable joint to prevent injury intelligently.
Although standing orients your spine into proper posture, standing for too long can cause back pain. Incorporating a yoga routine can help relieve pain.
A well-tuned asana practice can free up energy and stimulate imbalanced chakras, paving the way for that wonderful internal shift for which yoga is known.
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.
Find length in the sides of your body and a deeper twist as you move step by step into Parivrtta Janu Sirsana.
Align and connect to your energy centers with this healing practice to get grounded and open up to possibilities.
Find length and stay centered to lift step by step into the One-Footed Pose dedicated to the Sage Koundinya I.
Try these subtle, yet safe tweaks to Chaturanga if you struggle with the pose.
Looking to boost your confidence? Try this sequence from yoga teacher Claire Missingham to open your hips and balance your lower energy centers.