Explore yoga poses to alleviate what ails you—from anxiety to headaches, insomnia and more. Plus, find sequences and step-by-step pose instruction to enhance your practice.
Expand the foundation of your shoulder girdle to allow your muscles to unwind.
Fact or fiction? We asked a yoga teacher and licensed acupuncturist specializing in women's health for her take.
Hint: When it comes to a bad mood, don't sit and fester. Get your body (and Qi) moving.
Syncing up with hormonal fluctuations can help you experience more ease all month long.
You may have heard people blame their crushing exhaustion, brain fog, and moodiness on burnout or adrenal fatigue. But experts say those usually aren’t accurate diagnoses. Here, a new term for what ails us, along with new thinking on exactly how chronic stress is affecting our health—and why yoga can help.
Don't let digestive issues interfere with your day. This pose and acupressure point bring on relief.
You don't have to be resigned to bed rest—or caffeine, which can worsen PMS symptoms.
If you do one thing, start with your hip flexors. One theory is that spasms in the psoas are causing the pain and discomfort.
The secret to improving your practice? Don’t just hit the mat—hit the gym!
The next time you find yourself tossing and turning, try one of these yoga poses that top teachers around the world practice to help them start snoozing.