Latest in Yoga for Anxiety
“Going deeper” into your pose has nothing to do with how it looks.
When you need to approach any situation—or, let's be honest, life—from a calmer place, this quiet practice is your solution.
Feel free to let it all out.
If you're notoriously bad at relaxing, these calming poses will help you release *everything.*
Release your tension and relax with these grounding practices.
Goodbye, stress. Hello, peace.
Ever feel as airy and unstable as leaves swirling in the wind? That's your vata dosha out of balance. This slow yoga practice will help settle your energy and bring you back to calm.
Clear stagnation with this refreshing sequence that stimulates your lymphatic organs.
Plus, a simple trick you can try any time for instant calm.
Need some grounding? Lauren Walker shares an Energy Medicine Yoga practice to find calm.
Meditation is a procedure of cleansing the mind and taking out the garbage in the subconscious. These three Kundalini practices passed down by Yogi Bhajan will help you release conscious and subconscious fears that cause stress, worry, and anxiety.
Bo Forbes tells us why the humble eye pillow is one of the most powerful tools for healing, health, and happiness—and how to use one.
Sitting for meditation at the end of a hectic day can feel difficult. This sequence can help you shift gears and transition smoothly into calm.
Police officers, firefighters, and others who face extreme stress and trauma on a regular basis can find peace in asana, breath, and affirmation.
Spending quiet time in wooded areas is viewed as good medicine in Japan, and the practice—Shinrin-yoku—is catching on here.
While anxiety is natural, experts say certain yoga postures can relieve students’ first-day nerves. Start school stress-free.
Big night out? Nerves are normal. Fortunately, yoga can help you to relax and put your best self forward.
Tame anxiety with this short meditation and seated sequence.
Colleen Saidman Yee offers poses from her new memoir, Yoga for Life, to release anxiety and trauma from body parts that commonly hold it.
Move through and beyond loss with a practice that opens both heart and mind, offers strength and comfort in the present, and prepares you for the next leap of faith or love.
A panic disorder had Rashel Fitchett sick with anxiety and fear, until pranayama helped restore peace in her life.
You'll feel calmer and more centered after these practices.
Therapists are catching on to what yogis have always known: Yoga for anxiety is one of the best ways to ease your mind. Melanie Haiken talks about how yoga has helped her overcome anxiety.