Stick with this prop for more strength, support, and stability.
Calvin Corzine’s approach to teaching emphasizes making everyday movements easier.
Hands shoulder-distance apart? Check. Lengthen through your back? Done. Here are other prompts to help you heighten your—and your students'—experience in this foundational pose.
This powerful practice uses a yoga blanket to warm you up—but not in the way you might expect.
Sure, you don’t need any equipment to practice yoga. But blocks, blankets, straps, and other everyday tools can increase your strength and flexibility. Here’s how.
This a.m. sequence will reset your internal GPS so you can better handle whatever the day might bring.
Because we're all looking for some R&R right now.
You know what happens to a paper clip when you bend it back and forth too many times? Stop doing the same thing to your body.
Turns out, that soreness you experience after a yoga practice is actually a good thing.
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“Going deeper” into your pose has nothing to do with how it looks.
Plus, new year intentions according to your zodiac sign.
We can't think of a better way to welcome 2022.
Side Plank Pose is just the beginning.
This soothing practice promises to bring ease and stillness in mind, body, and spirit.
Ever find that a standard alternative to a pose still doesn't feel right in your body? These accessible options will change that.
Suddenly, you do have time to squeeze in a workout.
Don't get up! You can practice this prop-supported sequence while lying down.
When you need to approach any situation—or, let's be honest, life—from a calmer place, this quiet practice is your solution.
The shortest, darkest day of the year is a time for reflection. It's also an occasion to celebrate all you have learned this year—and to look forward to what's ahead.
There's a time and a place for gentle prenatal yoga. This is not that practice.
'Tis the season to be...socializing. If you're someone who needs ample alone time, here's how to fulfill all your obligations—including to yourself.
After a day of tackling moguls and black diamonds (or even the bunny hill), hit the mat with these poses that stretch your muscles and aid in recovery.
Sometimes all it takes is a small act of rebellion—like taking a side bend in a pose that doesn't call for it—to remind you to live a little. Or a lot.
Trina Altman shares how she uses simple, playful exercises to break down complicated asanas into manageable components.
Struggling to “achieve” Ustrasana? Trina Altman breaks it down using her Yoga Deconstructed method
Sometimes you need to clear out what you no longer need to let in everything that you want.
Feel free to let it all out.
Connect deeply with what matters—and find the strength to take action with care and compassion.
When was the last time you gave thanks for your ability to move through your yoga practice?
No props, no problem! All you need for this calming Yin Yoga sequence is yourself and a desire to come to your practice.
The prop you never even knew you needed can transform how you (and your students) find alignment.
Slow down and settle into stillness to find the tranquility you’re searching for.
Yes, it is possible to get rid of that (super) annoying bloating.
It's time to find your center. This practice for the full moon brings you back to your truest source of strength and stability—you.
Could embracing my natural wake-sleep cycle, rather than fighting against it, deepen my practice?
Get ready to sweat it alllll out.
Just as it’s essential for archers to know how to string their bows, it’s important for yogis to learn how to properly engage their bodies in Bow Pose.
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No more awkwardly waiting in Child's Pose while everyone else in class makes their way through warmups.
The Danish word describes a feeling of soothing comfort. And who doesn't want more of that in their practice?
Tap into your inner fire to find the balance, flexibility, and playfulness needed for this challenging posture.
The steadiness you'll gain in this practice will connect you to all aspects of your core—beyond just your muscles.
Suddenly, your practice just became a lot stronger (literally).
If you find it challenging to sit still, intentional movement might be just what you need to rest and find balance.
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.
We promise you'll feel the burn.
Are certain poses a pain in your… wrist? Try these alternative asanas.
Take care of your reproductive organs with this practice.
Blame screen fatigue.
One of the most basic yoga poses can remind you that handling the stress and anxiety of everyday life doesn't have to require effort.
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All the poses, transitions, and anatomy know-how you need for your most successful attempt yet—whether you're taking class or teaching it.
In just 45 minutes, you'll feel grounded and confident.
It's true—you can build arm strength without any weights.
And yes, tons of planks are included.
All you need is 15 minutes.
Nervous about twisting? The movement can actually benefit your spine and back. Here's why.
Yes, it's possible to strengthen—and stretch—your abdominal muscles at the same time.
Restore your muscles—and your mind.