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Because you shouldn't have to suffer through class.
When you need to approach any situation—or, let's be honest, life—from a calmer place, this quiet practice is your solution.
Sometimes you need to clear out what you no longer need to let in everything that you want.
The prop you never even knew you needed can transform how you (and your students) find alignment.
Each month, YJ editors and contributors share the pose that they've been working on.
Try these alternatives to get all the same benefits without bearing weight on your hands and wrists.
After years of practice, does Triangle still stress you out? Or, can you hold Handstand but wobble in Warrior I? Here, 7 top teachers share the relatively easy poses that they’re still trying to master—plus tips to make them a little less frustrating.
These poses and practices offer huge benefits for your body and mind—no matter your age or stage.
If you're on Instagram, you've probably seen some of the innovative takes on traditional asana. These 10 creative practitioners tested their limits this year turning asana into an art form.
If you’ve mastered Bakasana and are ready to take your arm balance practice to the next level, try incorporating these Bakasana toe-taps into your routine.
Warm up for Eagle Pose with these three prep poses that will open your shoulders and hips.
We look at three of the riskiest poses commonly practiced in yoga and how to modify them for your and your students’ safety.
These two sequences are designed to empower you to set an intention for your day, and then to let go at the end so you can relax deeply before bedtime.
Alignment is essential for the health of the knees. Unfortunately, practicing Triangle Pose too often without its counterpose can create an imbalance in the joint. Lean how to stay safe.
Strengthen your lower back, free yourself from back pain in seated poses, and skillfully deepen your forward bends.
An excellent facilitator of good pelvic floor health, Garland Pose, called Malasana in Sanskrit, stretches the ankles, groins, and back while stimulating proper digestion. No worries if your heels don't reach the floor—simply rest them on a folded blanket.