Explore yoga poses by type, from arm balances to backbends, inversions, twists and more. Plus, find sequences and step-by-step pose instructions for each to enhance your practice.
Do inversions make you anxious—and excited to try them? Work through those nagging fears and you’ll reap all the juicy benefits. Here, 8 top yoga teachers share their best tips for how to find the courage to go upside down, or to try a new inverted pose.
Modify Paschimottanasana as necessary to find safe alignment in your body.
Stretch the back of your entire body, open your hips, and create a state of inner calm.
This gentle way of accessing the six bandhas (energetic locks) during your practice will help you experience more freedom in your body and bliss in your life.
Start to understand, lengthen, and strengthen your teres major—a little-known muscle that can be the key to protecting your shoulders when you go upside down.
Whether you realize it or not, your gut could use a little help with its flow.
Even better news for tired yogis: It doesn’t require much effort.
Learn how to get out of the way to access your inner sanctuary (because it’s already there).
We're officially dubbing Savasana 2017's most necessary pose of the year. Here, YJ influencers and yogis from around the web share why they agree.
Release tension with this restorative sequence from Rodney Yee for encouraging the flow of breath and prana.