The traditional forward bend calls for stillness. Call us rebels.
I learned that there’s more than one way to make yoga accessible.
If you’ve moved on to “advanced” yoga poses, don’t forget the ones that got you there. Keeping strong foundational poses in your repertoire helps you strengthen your asana practice.
In celebration of National Yoga Awareness Month, we're launching IG Live classes with our favorite teachers beginning Tuesday, September 6th. Come and be reminded of the many reasons why yoga is your "thing."
When you move your body early in the morning, you'll find stillness in your mind the rest of the day.
Because you actually can't focus on one without also addressing the other.
There’s perhaps no better way to counteract that tightness in your upper back and shoulders than this classic arm bind. So why limit it to just one pose?
When you make your practice a priority before anything else, it sets the tone for everything else.
There's a subtle art to practicing backbends that won't pinch your low back. Here's how to navigate it.
A slow stretching practice to help you navigate this thing we call life with a little more ease and grace.
Bringing dynamic and conscious movement to traditional poses can enhance your focus, balance, mobility, and yes, even your patience.
There’s a lot of controversy in yoga around whether you can safely move from “closed hip” to “open hip” transitions. The answer? It’s complicated.
Yes, 15 minutes.
It's not as hard as you think.
The Surprising Reason Why You Have a Hard Time Coming Into Handstand (And No, It Has Nothing to Do With Core Strength)
Here's what you can do to overcome it.
Sometimes just five minutes can change everything.
They look so very simple, but these asanas challenge your body and your mind.
Yoga can help alleviate pain in the hands, such as Repetitive Stress Syndrome.
And you thought you knew all the ways to transition out of this traditional yoga pose.
Keep your back strong, safe, and pain-free—even in inversions.
Because you shouldn't have to suffer through class.
This 12-Minute Yoga Sequence Is Backed by Science to Strengthen Your Bones and Help Prevent Osteoporosis
It's true—research indicates that practicing yoga can help prevent and potentially reverse bone loss. Here are the most essential poses to include.
Prepare yourself for deep, restful sleep with this 10-minute sequence that helps you release all the places you didn't even realize were tense.
The balance between effort and ease can be elusive—both in yoga and in life. This practice helps remind you how it feels.
Yes, the most chaotic place on the planet is exactly the right place for yoga.
Your nervous system has been working overtime for far too long.
Feeling stuck in a sequencing rut? These unexpected yet graceful transitions will change that.
He may never admit you're right. But these reasons might persuade your stubborn dad to at least try it.
The beauty of blocks? They not only meet you where you are in your practice, they take you beyond where you ever thought you could go.
Yes, you can experience a complete—and challenging—home practice in less than an hour. Jack Workman shows you how.
Perhaps the solution to sustained attention is to stop trying so hard. Science supports this approach.
Aging is inevitable. But you can slow it down and approach it more gracefully than you'd ever imagined.
You can fit it in anywhere.
Having one of those days? While this quieting practice can't change what happened, it can help you move past it.
This quick practice will help you strengthen, stretch, and destress.
Your wrists will thank you.
Loosen up those tight hips—and let go of whatever you’re holding onto—with this short sequence.
After the worst of your pain is behind you, these moves will help you return to your practice with confidence.
Don’t get up! With these variations, you can experience yoga in a more supported manner—perfect for those days when you are lacking energy but still want to practice.
Sometimes less is more, even in yoga.
Let these yoga poses remind you what it's like to hold yourself with both strength and ease.
In traditional Ashtanga, certain poses are reserved until you've mastered preliminary postures. Pranidhi Varshney upends this approach and teaches you how to come into backbends, wherever you are in your practice.