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There's more to sequencing the final resting pose than putting it at the end of class. Here's how to ensure your students are set up to find their calm.
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 Danish word describes a feeling of soothing comfort. And who doesn't want more of that in their practice?
One of the most basic yoga poses can remind you that handling the stress and anxiety of everyday life doesn't have to require effort.
Feeling unmotivated, frustrated, or all-around blasé? It’s time for some rest and recovery.
Soothe tired eyes and a stressed out mind with these grounding poses
All you need is a pillow.
In this hectic technological age, restorative yoga is a bountiful vehicle for easing tension and bringing forth a profound sense of calm. Try this deeply relaxing sequence, paired with introspective journaling, to get present and comfortable on and off your mat.
This combination of restorative yoga, meditation, essential oils, and Reiki— from dream team Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee—will help ease anxiety and insomnia to deliver your best night’s zzz’s.
You may spend serious time sweating, but it's the space between workouts that counts. Sage Rountree's yoga poses will help you get the most out of your recovery time.
Pick your poses. Two Fit Moms offers three ways to relieve holiday stress with yoga—active, passive, or a combo—in this sequence.
No energy to set up for restorative yoga? Plug yourself into a wall and reboot with Kathryn Budig's simple poses.
At the first sign of a cold, try grabbing some props for a supported, restful yoga practice to deeply nurture body and spirit.
Frazzled nerves? The restorative version of Child's Pose (Salamba Balanasana) can help you bring things down a notch.
Yoga teacher Jaki Nett investigates restorative yoga for fertility. Learn which poses have the best possible benefits to aid fertility and conception.
Iyengar Yoga instructor Lisa Walford makes suggestions for how you can make Supta Baddha Konasana (Reclining Bound Angle Pose) more comfortable.