Build strength through the belly, side waist, glutes and back with core strengtheners for those of us who don't have all day to hit the gym.
Whether or not you ever find yourself in the full expression of Monkey Pose, you can still enjoy the journey with these very effective preps from Two Fit Moms.
Stimulate chi and restore vitality with a practice focusing on Kidney and Urinary Bladder meridian pair, primary organs that move water through the body.
By integrating simple, two-minute embodiment tools several times daily, you’ll see profound changes in your health and wellbeing.
Start to ease lower back discomfort and counteract the effects of too much sitting by swapping some of your standard Surya Namaskars for this core-focused variation.
We spend hours in front of our computers and phones, and the repetitive movement patterns can cause neck and shoulder strain. This sequence will help.
Relieve hard-to-release back tension by unlocking your QL muscles.
In this excerpt from The Art of Attention, Elena Brower embodies MC Yogi's wise words on the practice of forgiveness in a tender asana sequence.
Twists, like the new year, can often invoke that same urgent sense of wanting more. SmartFLOW teacher trainer Tiffany Russo wants you to slow it down.
See if you can’t makeover your entire flow by focusing on a few foundational poses. This week, try an advanced approach to Uttanasana.
A practice that combines energizing and calming principles (brahmana and langhana) has a balancing, or samana, effect to quiet that monkey mind.
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.
Keeping your eyes open if your body is listless, your mind dull, or your heart heavy can be a challenge. This 5-pose flow will help awaken your energy for meditation.
Photographer Robert Sturman shares 21 moving images and quotes from yogis around the world.
Are you Type A? Is work more central to your day than breath? This 14-minute practice eases stress by boosting endorphins and dopamine—right at your desk.
Rina Jakubowicz wants you to let the season inspire your practice and make a commitment to let something go. Get centered with her sequence
Our writer spent a day with Annie Carpenter at YJ LIVE! and came away with a newfound respect for her feet. Use this sequence as your owner’s manual.
Kick off fall by resetting your intentions. Then link them with these three strong poses to seal in your new aims for the season.
Congratulations on completing our 21-Day Yoga Challenge! We we hope you’ve fallen in love with yoga that you want to adopt a daily practice habit.
Feeling stressed or anxious at work but don’t have time to slip away for a calming lunchtime yoga break? We've got you covered.
On rainy days like the one we had today here in NYC, it's easy to succumb to feeling sluggish and blah. Here is a short, energizing flow designed to invigorate the body and calm and focus the mind. You’ll feel simultaneously alert, relaxed, and ready to make the best of your rainy day!
Try this sun salutation version from Kundalini teacher Joan Shivarpita Harrigan to feel reinvigorated and newly inspired on your mat!
Sniff sniff ... the last weekend of summer is almost here. Tackle back-to-school stress with Two Fit Moms' amped-up Sun Salutation, which will give you the energy you need to get the kids out the door on time.
Find inspiration in this affirmation to keep you on track with our 21-day yoga challenge.
Think of Kundalini Yoga as a technology you can use to activate your innate vitality and health through movement, mudra (ritual gesture), and mantra (sacred sound).
This Kundalini practice, passed down by Yogi Bhajan, the master of Kundalini Yoga, is designed to do increase your energy and metabolism.
People ages 21 to 41 who ate 5 to 10 grams of whole, dried shiitake mushrooms every day for four weeks experienced increased activity in their germ and disease-fighting cells.
Try these three books for a careful study of the history of modern yoga and its relationship to the South Asian traditions of yoga.
This sequence efficiently activates the endocrine system, boosting your metabolism and creating new levels of youthfulness to balance your body and mind.
Modify Intense Side Stretch (Parsvottanasana) if needed to find safe alignment for your body.
Stretch your outer hips and hamstrings, lengthens your spine and encourage quietude and self-reflection in Intense Side Stretch (Parsvottanasana).
Yoga can’t reverse bunions that have already formed—only surgery can—but practicing certain poses can slow their advancement.
Learn vegans and vegetarians can reap similar nutritional benefits for bones, teeth, tissues, and organs as fans of bone broth enjoy.
Big night out? Nerves are normal. Fortunately, yoga can help you to relax and put your best self forward.
Alexandria Crows teaches Bow Pose in her "new, backwards way," to target all the tight and weak places that might be holding you back.