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.
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Too much stimulation can easily lead to overeating. Remembering to be mindful will help you get more enjoyment out of each bite and notice when you've had enough.
An excellent facilitator of good pelvic floor health, Garland Pose, called Malasana in Sanskrit, stretches the ankles, groins, and back while stimulating proper digestion. No worries if your heels don't reach the floor—simply rest them on a folded blanket.
Amid the cacophony of everyday life, it's not always easy to hear the inner voice that can guide you to the right vacation for right now.
Confronting a stressful situation is hard, but if you go with the flow when dealing with stress, it may become easier.
Frazzled nerves? The restorative version of Child's Pose (Salamba Balanasana) can help you bring things down a notch.
Your mom was right: You'll look better and feel great if you stop slouching and stand up straight. Yoga can help you do just that—in a way that honors your spine's natural curves. Here's a guide to assessing and improving your posture.
If you want your yoga to build strong, stable, balanced legs, it's important to work the feet properly—even when you're not standing on them.
Building strength in the lower back can enhance your performance in daily activities and help you avoid sports injuries.
Yoga teacher Jaki Nett investigates restorative yoga for fertility. Learn which poses have the best possible benefits to aid fertility and conception.