Big Toe Pose
Maintaining a balance of flexibility and stability in the muscles surrounding the pelvis is crucial for both yoga practice and daily life. Use these poses to level your pelvis from all angles.
Sphinx Pose is the infant of backbends. It can be practiced with either an active or passive approach.
Your spine may look or feel out of balance, but it could be a symptom—not the cause—of the issue.
When yogis talk hips, it's generally about opening them. But your hips CAN be too open... Learn why balancing strength and flexibility in the hips is so important.
Most women know they should be strengthening their pelvic floors but lengthening? YES. Try this 10-step practice for strong and supple muscles to support childbirth, your vital organs, and even your love life.
Think of the word “core,” and terms like “hard" and “tight” likely come to mind. But the secret to a strong middle is actually to soften in your practice. This sequence shows you how.
Twisting poses are a top cause of SI joint injury. Learn how to safely anchor yourself before moving into your next twist.
Healthy movement in your tailbone may influence your whole spine.
Looking to boost your confidence? Try this sequence from yoga teacher Claire Missingham to open your hips and balance your lower energy centers.
This gentle floor-based lower body yoga sequence will move energy through your pelvis and legs.
You can resolve sacroiliac joint discomfort in the same place it started—on the mat.
Use this sequence of yoga poses to open and stretch your groins.