Latest in Chest-Opening Yoga Poses
Having a tricky time with Bow Pose? Take what you know from Bridge and Camel and change your relationship to gravity. Here's how.
Connect deeply with what matters—and find the strength to take action with care and compassion.
It's time to find your center. This practice for the full moon brings you back to your truest source of strength and stability—you.
Want all the benefits of a big, heart-opening backbend without the big backbend part? These poses bring the same perks with less strain on your shoulders and low back.
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This series of yoga postures will keep your pectoral and upper back muscles loose, while gradually opening the chest and shoulders.
Natarajasana is a posture you can choose to "perform" or do with curiosity. And the best way to better observe your movements in this pose is by adding props.
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Do this short sequence 3–5 times on its own or as part of a longer practice to open your heart chakra and experience compassion.
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.
Don't let tight quadriceps keep you from one of yoga's most relaxing poses: Supta Virasana.